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« Reply #47 on: Feb 2nd, 2017, 3:53pm »

"What to do? The Democrats could filibuster, but then McConnell night try to change the rules so it would only take a simple majority to push a Supreme nominee through. This is known as the 'nuclear option,' a colorful but rather unnerving nickname now the we've got President Trump speaking so enthusiastically about it."

quote: Gail Collins -- Pence's Presidential Pet, NYT's OP-ED, Thursday, February 2, 2017
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« Reply #48 on: Feb 3rd, 2017, 11:34am »

Nike Just Released A Statement and It's Bad

Sports Apparel Giant Nike has put out a statement criticizing President Trump's immigration ban rather than supporting his goal of keeping Americans safe.

Dear all,

Nike believes in a world where everyone celebrates the power of diversity. Regardless of whether Or how you worship. where you come from Or who you love, everyone's individual experience is what make us stronger as a whole. Those values are being threatened by the recent executive order in the U.S. banning refugees, as well as visitors, from seven Muslim-majority countries. This is a policy we don't support. And I know we're all asking what this means for our future. for our friends. Our families and Our broader community.

Today. I'm thinking of everyone who is impacted. like Sir MO Farah. Mo. four-time Olympic gold medalist. now lives in Oregon with his family. He was born in Somalia and moved to Britain when he was eight. He has dedicated his life to competing for his adopted country. And yet, MO fears that he may not be allowed to return from his training camp in Ethiopia to see his wife and children in Portland. I was moved by the powerful statement MO shared this morning.

What MO will always have what the entire Nike family can always count on is the support of this company. We will do everything in our power to ensure the safety of every member Of Our family: Our colleagues. Our athletes and their loved ones. Nike stands together against bigotry and any form of discrimination. We've learned that On the field Of play. where fairness and mutual respect are the rule, not the exception. Now. more than ever. let's stand up for our values and remain open and inclusive as a brand and as a company. We are at our best when we recognize the value of our diverse community.

Thanks, Mark Parker Chairman. President and CEO, NIKE, Inc.


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Dear Mr. Parker:

I believe in a country where everyone celebrates the power of diversity. Regardless of whether or how you worship, where you come from, or who you love, everyone's individual experience is what make us stronger as a whole. Those values are being threatened by the on-going violence and hatred perpetrated by Muslim Jihadists. There are approximately 1.7 billion Muslims on this Earth. Surveys indicate 25% of them, (425 million) either support or condone violent Jihadism. Research indicates roughly 7%, 83 million, are actively engaged in this violence. What has the other 1.1 billion "peaceful Muslim majority" done in the last 20 years to put a stop to the hatred and slaughter? This is a condition I don't support. And I know we're all asking what this means for our future, for our friends, our families and our broader community.

Where was your voice after 9-11? Where was your voice after video after video surfaced of Christians being slaughtered? Where was your voice after grade school children were taped being beheaded?

Today, I feel sorry for everyone who is impacted. like Sir MO Farah. Mo, four-time Olympic gold medalist. now lives in Oregon with his family. He was born in Somalia and moved to Britain when he was eight. He has dedicated his life to competing for his adopted country. And yet, MO fears that he may not be allowed to return from his training camp in Ethiopia to see his wife and children in Portland. This is awful! But I submit to you, you should be angered at the cause of the travel ban, not the ban itself. To be sure, there will be cases where innocent people pay a price for this action. To be sure, the ban detail may need modifying. However, we have to do everything in our power to ensure the safety of American citizens. Now. more than ever, let's stand up for our values!

Thanks, Swamprat, citizen, the United States of America

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« Reply #49 on: Feb 3rd, 2017, 4:01pm »

"This isn't a strategy; it's a syndrome."


"In fact, this administration doesn't seem prepared on any front. Mr. Trump's controversial phone calls, in particular, don't sound like the working out of an economic or even political strategy --- cunning schemers don't waste time boasting about their election victories and whining about media reports on crowd sizes.

No, what we're hearing sounds like a man who is out of his depth and out of control, who can't even pretend to master his feelings of personal insecurity. His first two weeks in office have been utter chaos, and things just keep getting worse --- perhaps because he responds to each debacle with a desperate attempt to change the subject that only leads to a fresh debacle.

America, and the whole world can't take much more of this. Think about it: If you had an employee behaving this way, you'd immediately remove him from any position of responsibility and strongly suggest that he seek counseling. And this guy is commander in chief of the world's most powerful military.
Thanks, Comey"

quote: Donald The Menace - Paul Krugman, NYT's, 2/3/2017
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« Reply #50 on: Feb 7th, 2017, 4:23pm »

"A Quiet Investing Giant Weighs In on Trump"

Seth Klarman -- NYT's BUSINESS, Tuesday, February 7, 2017

"While they might be popular, the reason the U.S. long ago abandoned protectionist trade policies is because they not only don't work, they actually leave society worse off."

"He worries, for example, that Mr. Trump's stimulus efforts 'could prove quite inflationary, which would likely shock investors.'"

"The Trump tax cuts could drive government deficits considerably higher."

"The erratic tendencies and overconfidence in his {Trump's leadership} own wisdom and judgement that Donald Trump has demonstrated to date are inconsistent with strong leadership and sound decision-making."

"The big picture for investors is this: Trump is high volatility, and investors generally abhor volatility and shun uncertainty," he wrote. "Not only is Trump shockingly unpredictable, he's apparently deliberately so: he says it's part of his plan."

"While Mr. Klarman clearly is hoping for the best, he warned, 'if things go wrong, we could find ourselves at the beginning of a lengthy decline in dollar hegemony, a rapid rise in interest rates and inflation, and global angst.'"
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« Reply #51 on: Feb 7th, 2017, 5:42pm »

Good response Swamprat ! Well done smiley

BTW.. It was just pointed out to me by someone quite smart and from New York that Trump is a New Yorker and the way they deal with people is exactly what he is doing..

They don't take the last word without giving it back and when they do they say they "stuck it up the persons a**" when they finish the argument or debate.

Trump BLESS HIM is systematically destroying PC culture one tweet a time...

He and Milo have done more for very needed discourse about "that which you dare not name" and probably have saved the nation doing it..


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« Reply #54 on: Feb 8th, 2017, 3:39pm »

NYT's OP-ED, Thomas L. Freidman, Wed. Feb. 8, 2017 ---"Connecting Trump's Dots"

"Every day, the president's behavior becomes more worrying. One day he demeans a federal judge who challenges him; the next day, without evidence, he accuses the media of hiding illegal voting or acts of terrorism. His lack of respect for institutions and truth pours out so fast, you start to forget how crazy this behavior is for any adult, let alone a president, and just how ugly things will get when we have a real crisis. And crises are baked into this story because of the incoherence of President Trump's worldview."
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"American Universities Must Take a Stand" --- By Leon Botstein...who is the president of Bard College --- NYT's OP-ED, Wed., Feb. 8, 2017

"The action of the new administration threaten our core values."

"Not since the era of witch hunts and 'red baiting' has the American university faced so great a threat from government. How is the university to function when a president's administration blurs the distinction between fact and fiction by asserting the existence of 'alternative facts'?

How can the university turn a blind eye to what every historian knows to be a key instrument of modern authoritarian regimes: the capacity to dress falsehood up as truth and reject the fruits of reasoned argument, evidence and rigorous verification?"


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"But the more I thought about it the more I realized prudence might not be the most important trait Trump needs. He seems intent on destroying the post-war world order --- building walls, offending allies and driving away the stranger and the refugee. Do I really want to make him more prudent and effective in pursuit of malicious goals?

Moreover, the true Trump dysfunction seems deeper. We are used to treating politicians as vehicles for political philosophies and interest groups. But in Trump's case, his philosophy, populism, often takes a back seat to his psychological complexes --- the psychic wounds that seem to induce him into a state of perpetual war with enemies far and wide."

quote: David Brooks --- "A Gift For Donald Trump" --- NYT's OP-ED Friday, February 10, 2017
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"We're only three weeks into the Trump administration, but it's already clear that any hopes that Mr. Trump and those around him would be even slightly ennobled by the responsibilities of office were foolish. Every day brings further evidence that this is a man who completely conflates the national interest with his personal self-interest, and who has surrounded himself with people who see it the same way. And each day also brings further evidence of his lack of respect for democratic values.

Mr. Trump's attack on Judge James Robart, who put a stay on his immigration ban, was equally unprecedented. Previous presidents, including Barack Obama, have disagreed with and complained about judicial rulings. But that's very different from attacking the very right of a judge --- or, as the man who controls 4,000 nuclear weapons put it, a 'so-called judge' --- to rule against the president."

quotes: Paul Krugman --- "When The Fire Comes --- Get ready for the inevitable power grab" --- NYT's OP-ED Friday, February 10, 2017
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"The Madness of King Donald"

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