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dixiegrrrrl

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Gender: Female
Hometown: Washington state, for half my life
Home country: USA
Current location: SW Alabama. for the rest of my life
Member since: Wed Feb 27, 2008, 01:09 PM
Number of posts: 56,149

About Me

Retired Mental Health/Sub. Abuse therapist, happily moldering in "Maycomb", 2 notches from the buckle of the Bible Belt. One cat away from being called crazy.

Journal Archives

Current Trump Admin. staffing level is very disquieting.

no FBI Director,

no Homeland Security Director,

no FEMA director

he may soon have no CIA Director,

trying to get rid of his Attorney General,

he may lose his Secretaries of Defense and State, they both are on sudden "vacations" amid talk they want to quit

and he’s thinking about doing away with Steve Bannon does.

Potentially getting rid of his National Security Director

Two senior advisers in the White House are immune from the discipline of a chief of staff*

*you know who.
The happily married plastic people.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/29/us/politics/trump-presidency-setbacks.html?rref=collection%2Fnewseventcollection%2FThe%20Trump%20White%20House

Irony alert. Trump tweeted this about McCain 4 days ago...


https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/889798407228989441

2 Psychologists in C.I.A. Interrogations Can Face Trial, Judge Rules

Corrected wrong link.....

I have been waiting for years for this.

A federal court judge refused on Friday to drop a lawsuit against two psychologists who helped devise the C.I.A.’s interrogation program after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, clearing the way for the case to proceed to a trial in September.

The suit is one of the few attempts to hold people accountable for harm caused by the Central Intelligence Agency’s program in the years after the 2001 attacks.

The three plaintiffs had argued that they were detained and tortured in secret C.I.A. prisons using techniques designed by the two former military psychologists, who served as C.I.A. contractors. Most of the techniques used against the detainees have since been banned by the United States government.


https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/28/us/cia-interrogations-torture-psychologists.html?mcubz=0

Exclusive video........ how Priebus was fired.










https://twitter.com/christinawilkie/status/891051870462115840

Donald Trump pal Tevfik Arif busted in Turkey for allegedly running hooker ring aboard yacht


https://twitter.com/Khanoisseur/status/891053680065040384

Mooch tweets to ask FBI to investigate his BOSS, Priebus for leaking info, then deletes tweet

Priebus is his boss, remember.

Nothing dies on the Internet, here is the tweet...

https://twitter.com/TimOBrien/status/890435464007741442

I get it now..Mooch is FREEING us....just see this

https://twitter.com/NewDay/status/890181198940696576

Of COURSE Mooch is connected a Russian Bank.....


https://twitter.com/funder/status/888236033468485633

ANOTHER Senator with cancer voted to save Obamacare on day of her surgery!

You wanna talk about real heroes????
I am sending her thanks and well wishes. Pls. join me.
https://twitter.com/maziehirono


(This Monday night) Democrat Mazie Hirono of Hawaii, spoke on the floor at length criticizing the bill, further from the spotlight.

Hirono, 69, was diagnosed with kidney cancer in May, and she took to the floor Monday night to advocate against the Republican plan, whose exact details are still developing as senators add and debate amendments.

“I was able to sit down with my doctor and decide how I was going to fight my cancer, not how I was going to pay for it. No one should have to worry about how whether they can afford the health care that one day might save their life,” Hirono said. “Healthcare is personal.”

On Tuesday, the same day she participated in the Senate vote, Hirono had surgery to remove a lesion on her ribs.

Senators like Hirono and McCain are mandated to buy health insurance on the Affordable Care Act’s exchanges, where they often receive significant

https://news.vice.com/story/senator-with-cancer-voted-to-save-obamacare-on-day-of-her-surgery
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