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Stuart G

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Member since: Tue Dec 18, 2007, 12:07 PM
Number of posts: 31,038

About Me

I thought I knew a lot, and I found out... how little I knew about what I know. And how much more there is to learn, if I listen and read what others have to say.

Journal Archives

1min 56 secs- Trump lies - will link you to You Tube..worth it..pass it on.

What Are Eating Disorders?

...Eating Disorders are not easy, but we are here to discuss ...food addictions, anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, compulsive overeating, as well as body image issues.. If you have some other aspects of an Eating Disorder Problem, then you are welcome to. Another one is total obsession about food, and what to eat and when to eat.
.... Any aspect of food that is bothering you and causes total mental pain, worry and obsession. And
obsession...and definition of that is up to you!!!..We know who we are, and you are welcome here to discuss any aspect of this problem..
....I started going to Overeaters Anonymous 40 years ago, but I had food obsessions long before that...Gain weight, loose weight..gain it again, and lose it again.....
...After a while being in OA. I threw out the scale and found some other worries..At least the worry
and obsession is gone, but I need to say that being at a normal weight, for a very long time, has helped
me to stay alive and reasonably healthy..Had a lot of surgeries, but got thru them all...And it ain't easy. If it were easy, then it would be ...easy..

Stuff, Stuff, Stuff....When is it Enough?...

What to keep?
What to throw deep?
What should I do
With all this stuff?

When is it enough?
To throw away?
On any day...
Why do I keep all this stuff?

Bless the soul of all this stuff,
It is not enough stuff.
So, I will put on the floor
Just a bit more of
Stuff, Stuff, and more stuff..

...Thank You....

About the Republican Party being ..."Dead"..It won't happen & hasn't happened..

The reason is very simple. The money and people behind the Republican Party won't let it die. The rich
and powerful behind it,,maybe...maybe.... "will change the name to protect the innocents " (taken from

....but it won't die...It may look dead for a while, but they will bring it back, because their power and
authority need to be represented they believe...The rich and those powerful behind the
party, will make it come back in one way or another..I might add with lots and lots of money...more
than enough to bring back to whatever those rich and powerful people want to call it...

...They said that the Democratic Party was..."..Dead.." after the McGovern loss in 1972....It looked that
way for a short time, but do you know who was elected President of the United States in 1976?...
A Democratic candidate named ...Jimmy Carter...that is who...Our party was not ...dead..and neither is the
Republican Party.
...........Yes, they may change the name, but it ain't going to die........(see above paragraph)....and if
you believe that lie about the ...PUKE Party being dead....just wait and see,,.. till the end of this movie
about the PUKE Party....It ain't over till it is over...&...It AIN'T OVER AT ALL.

Will Trump become known as the worst President in all American History?

Worse than Nixon? Worse than Hoover? Worse than James Buchanan? ( He was the one right before
Abe Lincoln..for information)

"Sounds of Silence"..Simon & Garfunkel...3 minutes & 59 seconds

About who did what and when, & who was responsible...????

It ain't new...says Stu. All will be found out in one simple way. The FBI will offer deals to the lower rung
do bad guys, to snitch on the upper rings. If that means giving deals to mid levels, to get the congress men who worked with the rioters,... then deals will be made with ..."mid levels" to get the..."tops"

..People in Congress who do work with rioters are part of ..."The Insurrection." That is against their oath
of office, and those are the people the FBI wants the most.

Here is why....Those members of Congress were absolutely sure..."that they could get away with it"
...That is..." work with those who were going to be part of the riot in order to further the needs of "Der Fuhrer" and, Those people were sure that they could get away with it. They could help the rioters and..."get away with it"

...I am afraid those members of Congress don't have a clue, says Stu. If you think that the FBI will not get them...you got another think coming....That is what the FBI does best...get the leaders of
the gang, try them, convict them, and send them to jail..
....I don't think I am wrong on this one, but we will wait and see...My guess is that there is plenty of evidence to ....get them ...whoever "they are." Please give them time...Time is on the side of the FBI. Time is always on the side of the FBI..

'Stop the Steal' organizer Ali Alexander says 3 GOP congressmen helped him plan the rally.

Source: Business Insider..

Sarah Al-Arshani
11 hours ago

Ali Alexander, the organizer of the "Stop the Steal" movement, said three Republican representatives helped him plan the rally on January 6 that preceded the armed insurrection at the Capitol that left five people dead.

Alexander said Reps. Andy Biggs, Mo Brooks, and Paul Gosar helped him plan the rally, which happened as Congress was getting ready to certify the electoral votes and cement President-elect Joe Biden's victory, The Washington Post reported on Wednesday.

"We four schemed up of putting maximum pressure on Congress while they were voting," Alexander said in a Periscope video that has since been deleted, The Post reported.

According to The Post, he added that the plan was to "change the hearts and the minds of Republicans who were in that body, hearing our loud roar from outside."

Read more: https://www.businessinsider.com/stop-the-steal-organizer-gop-members-helped-him-plan-rally-2021-1

If true, those 3 congressmen need to be charged with, "rioting and insurrection." I wonder if this can be
proven beyond a reasonable doubt?..In a trial? Will these 3 even be charged?

They thought they could," Get Away With it," like Trump. "NO CONSEQUENCES."

...Trump has gotten away with a whole lot. That in my opinion is the underlying reason why people went to Washington D.C. to do whatever they did. (legal or illegal)..Trump has gotten away with a whole lot in his life, and that is what many thought who went to Washington D.C. They thought, "I will get away with whateverI do, because I can get away with it too."
....Lots of pictures of who did what. Lots of people have been arrested and more will be arrested. Yes, there will be ..CONSEQUENCES,... but the people who were part of the riot, thought there would be NO CONSEQUNCES..NONE AT ALL!!!!.
....In Washington D.C. if you commit "treason" and "riot" then you will be up against the FBI, Secret Service, etc. Now, the FBI's reputation is at stake, and the best, brightest, and most experienced, of FBI detectives will be on this case and the rioters will ..."NOT GET AWAY WITH IT"
...It may take some time, but the FBI will catch them, arrest them, charge them, and convict them.
Why? Lots and lots of pictures of the rioters......
..... All the rioters, whoever they are, will be caught, charged, tried, and convicted. .And the convictions will stick because."lots and lots of pictures of the rioters."

.....Those pictures are...PROOF OF WHAT WAS DONE....TOTAL PROOF!!!....

... Give the FBI time, & the rioters will be caught......Pictures, Pictures an More Pictures.. Proof who did what and when...Solid Proof...Give the FBI some time, & we all will see the results of the FBI's work....Consequences for law breakers...The FBI is not new at catching people who commit crimes.
...Let's wait a while, and we all will see the consequences of what the FBI does to catch the criminals.

.........The FBI will catch them because of pictures, pictures and more pictures........

The devastating silence of the Trump administration on the Capitol riot, CNN:


Analysis by Chris Cillizza, CNN Editor-at-large
Updated 11:42 AM ET, Tue January 12, 2021

(CNN) Six days ago, the US Capitol was overrun by violent rioters who marauded through the building, as members of Congress and the media were left on their own to find shelter and safety.

You might think that an insurrection of that magnitude -- the first time the Capitol building had been overrun since the War of 1812 -- would occasion a massive (and public) federal response to find out how this happened and to prevent it from happening again. And you would be wrong.

As of Tuesday morning, the US Capitol Police, FBI, Department of Justice and Department of Homeland Security had held a total of zero -- yes, zero -- public briefings on the Capitol riots. To the extent we know what happened that day, and what is being done internally to address it, it comes from eyewitness accounts, videos shared on social media and arrests of protesters being made by local authorities in their home states.

Trump himself addressed the riot on Tuesday morning, only to deflect any blame for it. "So if you read my speech, and many people have done it and I've seen it both in the papers and in the media, on television, it's been analyzed and people thought that what I said was totally appropriate," he said, adding: "But they've analyzed my speech and my words and my final paragraph, my final sentence. And everybody to the 'T' thought it was totally appropriate."

In the absence of information, Democratic members of Congress have tried to fill the void. Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan, who chairs a House subcommittee looking into the origins of the riot, announced Monday that two Capitol Police officers had been suspended for their roles in the riots (one posed with a rioter, another put on a "MAGA" hat) while at least 190 more are under investigation for their roles during the insurrection. Only after Ryan went public with that news did Yogananda Pittman, the acting chief of the Capitol Police, confirm the suspensions.

Why the silence? A few reasons:

1) Because of the absolute chaos of the final days of the Trump administration (which was worsened by a series of resignations in the wake of the riots and President Donald Trump's incitement of them) there are very few people actually in charge. Bill Barr is no longer at the Justice Department. Chad Wolf resigned on Monday as head of the Department of Homeland Security. The chief of the Capitol Police resigned under pressure following the riots -- as did the House and Senate Sergeants-at-Arms. What that series of departures -- forced and otherwise -- has created is a total lack of leadership within the ranks of the administration. No one is taking point on how to inform the public about what happened because no one really knows who is in charge

2) Trump never -- not really -- thought that the protests were a bad thing. As Nebraska Republican Sen. Ben Sasse recounted of Trump in an interview last Friday: "As this was unfolding on television, Donald Trump was walking around the White House confused about why other people on his team weren't as excited as he was as you had rioters pushing against Capitol Police trying to get into the building." Even Trump's public pronouncements as he sought to sort-of defuse the situation and get his supporters to leave the Capitol were larded with evidence of how he really felt -- citing that the 2020 election was stolen from him (it wasn't) and telling the rioters "we love you." Given the President's feelings -- and his own personal silence in the wake of the riots -- there's not much momentum to cross him and go public with information about what exactly happened last Wednesday and how to prevent it from happening again.

3) The Trump administration is eight days from being over. People are headed for the exits now more rapidly than ever before, as working in the White House is rapidly becoming a scarlet letter in the country. While you're packing up your stuff and trying to get the hell out of Dodge, the last thing on your mind is talking to the public about one of the greatest law enforcement failures in modern memory.

But whatever the reasons for the utter silence on the part of the Trump administration, it is unconscionable. Five people died in the riots. Many others were injured. And just as a reminder, the United States Capitol Building, one of the most durable symbols of democracy and freedom in this country, was overrun by a mob fed lies about the outcome of the 2020 election by the President of the United States.

In the face of that reality, silence is simply not an option. It is the job of the federal government to both protect its citizens and inform them. Right now, President Trump and his administration are doing neither.
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