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The moron is going to release the memos, so the Am people can make up their own mind

according to Kelly!!


RELEASE you taxes

Thought for the day



A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:
To blame the poor for subsisting on welfare has no justice unless we are also willing to judge every rich member of society by how productive he or she is. Taken individual by individual, it is likely that there's more idleness and abuse of government favors among the economically privileged than among the ranks of the disadvantaged. -Norman Mailer, author (31 Jan 1923-2007)


ICE Deports Palestinian Man Living In The U.S. For Almost 40 Years Despite Outcry




https://www.yahoo.com/news/ice-deports-palestinian-man-living-100525890.html?.tsrc=daily_mail&uh_test=1_15



How Congress Could Actually Impeach Donald Trump




https://www.cheatsheet.com/culture/indictments-and-more-how-congress-could-actually-impeach-donald-trump.html/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Culture%202018-01-27&utm_term=Culture

Word of the day, very fitting



maladroit

[mal-uh-droit]
adjective
1.

unskillful; awkward; bungling; tactless; lacking in adroitness: to handle a diplomatic crisis in a very maladroit way.
ways to say
The Confusing Language Of Politics

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QUOTES
He asked a thousand pardons of Madame la Duchesse for being so maladroit.
-- William Makepeace Thackeray, The Newcomes, 1855
ORIGIN
English maladroit is a direct borrowing from French. The first element, mal-, is from the French adverb and combining form mal- “badly, ill,” from the Latin adverb male with the same meaning. The second element is the French adjective adroit “skillful, deft,” in origin a prepositional phrase à droit (also à dreit) “by or according to right; correctly.” The element à is from Latin ad “to, up to, towards.” Dreit (droit) is the French development of Vulgar Latin drēctum, drictum “straightened, straight,” from Latin dīrectum, dērectum “straight, right.” Maladroit entered English in the 17th century.







Border Patrol detains woman on Greyhound bus



http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/broward/fort-lauderdale/fl-reg-greyhound-border-patrol-20180121-story.html

How the moron cashes in on the presidency




https://www.cheatsheet.com/money-career/all-the-ways-trump-cashes-in-on-the-u-s-presidency.html/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Culture%202018-01-21&utm_term=Culture

protest pictures from around the world



http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/womens-march-2018-latest-updates-protest-donald-trump-power-polls-feminism-washington-las-vegas-new-a8169781.html#gallery

DUI Suspect mistook bank for Taco Bell

Here we go again

http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/florida/fl-reg-bank-taco-bell-dui-20180119-story.html


Stormy Daniels Once Claimed She Spanked Donald Trump With a Forbes Magazine At his request.




http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2018/01/stormy-daniels-once-claimed-she-spanked-donald-trump-with-a-forbes-magazine/


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