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There are 1450 days left in President Trumps term

Just got this e-mail from Team Franken:

There are 1450 days left in President Trump’s term. It seems like a long time. There’s nothing we can do about the length of a presidential term.

But we can choose what we do with those 1450 days.

Al will spend them protecting net neutrality, opposing unqualified cabinet nominees, fighting discrimination, defending Planned Parenthood, and basically looking out for us.

We need to spend those days -- and especially the next 12 hours -- helping him.

Why especially the next 12 hours? Because our first deadline of the year is at midnight, and we’re still short of our $50,000 goal. Help us raise the final $2,680 we need to hit this goal and keep Team Franken strong.

Now let's get out there and kick tRumps ass!!!!!

Thought this was very interesting.....on clothing being sent to France.....

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10154779886056977&set=a.10152036624186977.1073741829.598461976&type=3

It's from a FB page, hope it works.

It's A GAME SHOW......isn't it???

WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF

I would just like to know when the bombs will start falling.....

why were we the most respected, envied and honered Country in the world???

WTF, WTF, WTF, WTF, WTF,

just asking...... I CAN NOT BELIEVE WE ARE LIVING IN THIS REALITY.

Don't even know why I'm posting this.....is it fake news??? You tell me....please.

Almost two-thirds of Russians support Internet censorship, a report by independent pollster the Levada Center revealed Friday.

Some 60 percent of those surveyed said that they felt online censorship was “necessary,” while 25 percent disagreed, the Interfax news agency reported.

Forty-four percent of respondents also disagreed with the idea that restrictions on certain sites could be used to infringe civil liberties. Thirty-two percent said that legislation could be used against activists or to restrict rights.

An overwhelming 90 percent said that they trusted news distributed by Russia's main news channels, while 73 percent saw the Internet as a credible source of information.


https://themoscowtimes.com/news/60-of-russians-support-internet-censorship-poll-56203

Are there ANY sane Republicans left???

Seriously?? Really?? ANY??? We are so fawked.......

Finally some fairness in Wisconsin....

Federal judges order Wisconsin Legislature to create, Scott Walker to approve, a new Assembly map by Nov. 1.

http://host.madison.com/ct/news/local/govt-and-politics/federal-judges-order-wisconsin-legislature-to-create-scott-walker-to/article_730a3dfd-b5b4-53f4-a5a6-80c5362c40d6.html

Not sure where to post this......Brent Musburger calling out Keith O.

http://ftw.usatoday.com/2017/01/brent-musburger-rambles-about-dislike-of-keith-olbermann-expressing-political-views

Sooooooooooo glad he's retiring. BEEN OVER DUE FOR QUITE SOMETIME..... ugh.

Just got this from Al Franken.....he's on with a net neutrality.......


“Meet the new FCC chairmen, harbinger of doom for net neutrality.”
-- Mashable, 1/25/2017

President Donald Trump has chosen one of net neutrality’s harshest critics to head the FCC. Ajit Pai, a Republican FCC commissioner since 2012, once said he’d take a “weed whacker” to FCC rules, which include net neutrality.

As head of the FCC, Pai could whack net neutrality protections right out of existence.

Net neutrality could be in very big danger. Are you ready to step up and fight to protect it? Add your name >>

Let’s go over the basics.

Net neutrality is a principle that says all content on the internet should be treated the same by service providers. Content from big corporations should be available to you in the same way as content from a blog, or a little mom-and-pop store.

Protecting net neutrality basically means protecting the internet the way it was meant to be -- free, open, and equal. Big corporations can’t pay providers to deliver their content faster. You have access without worrying about internet providers blocking or prioritizing anything.

It’s good for consumers. It’s good for innovation. It’s just plain good. And two years ago, we scored a big victory when the FCC passed strong rules to safeguard net neutrality.

We thought the fight was over. We'd won a huge victory. But now President Trump is putting that victory at risk.

If the new FCC chair thinks he’s going to weed-whack net neutrality, I’m going to be there to tangle his line. And I’m hoping I can still count on you to stand by me.

Sign the petition to protect net neutrality >>

Thanks.

Al

Then he want' a donation through Act blue....which I did give to.
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