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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Why does peace scare them?

More than three decades ago, Elvis Costello and The Attractions had a little song, "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love And Understanding?"

Now we know the answer.

President Trump is for peace, love, and understanding.

John McCain issued a statement denouncing President Trump for having a press conference with Putin. Unlike 90% of the people emerging from the clown car to denounce President Trump, McCain has actually seen war. I am puzzled by his comfort with it.

More typical was Michelle Goldberg, 43, of the New York Times. She wrote, "Trump Shows the World He's Putin's Lackey."

Goldberg wrote, "None of us yet know the exact contours of Trump’s relationship with Russia, whether Putin is his handler, his co-conspirator or just his hero. But it’s clear that Trump is willing to sell out American democracy for personal gain."

President Trump accepts no salary.

President Trump forgoes easily a nine-figure annual income by neglecting his business in order to serve as commander in chief.

President Trump has placed harsh economic sanctions on Putin, confronted him militarily in Syria, and sent some Russian diplomats home.

But facts matter not at all when you are a pundit.

Or when you are a former CIA agent named Rolf Mowatt-Larssen. He wrote, "Helsinki Summit: A Time for Choosing—Three observations by former senior CIA officer."

How ironic when Deep State derpers try to use Reagan against President Trump.

"This is a time for choosing. Government officials, senior and junior alike, take an oath to uphold the Constitution and the laws of the United States, not to obey any single President. The calculus of whether to resign or stay must be based on whether one is able to uphold the Constitution and the laws of the United States from within or from without. Serving the interests of this president is not serving the country," CIA man wrote.

That's sedition.

That's what's wrong with America. Or at least part of it.

Bureaucrats believe they are above the law.

So what does President Trump say?

"A productive dialogue is not only good for the United States and good for Russia, but it is good for the world."

And "I would rather take a political risk in pursuit of peace, than to risk peace in pursuit of politics."

What exactly did President Trump do in Helsinki? He talked to Putin. That was it. Only an insane and jealous group of winos and derelicts would call that treason. The proof.

Peace upsets a lot of people.

Let us upset them all.

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23 comments:

  1. It is that $400,000,00 mil.
    and where it went.And the Server(s) the
    Dems are soiling themselves and throwing
    said soil at Trump-and it won't stick..TG

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    1. When it all comes time to hit the fan, it is going to take an industrial sized fan

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  2. Not possible for McCain to hav e "written" that statement. Not smart enough or alive enough. An interesting question is what folks nominally "under McCain" at his office are squeezing out this twice around the bowl turds.

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  3. It was just a year ago the Left wanted war with Russia over Syria.

    Poot, intel guy that he was (and probably still is), knows a lot , and probably told some of it to Trump (I'm reminded of Churchill when he heard of Barbarossa).

    And, even if Lisa Page does fall victim to Arkancide, Poot would be a very different matter.

    Yes, they are very scared.

    PS In all this talk of "treason", we should all endeavor to remind the Left of Zippy's promise of flexibility to Medvedev.

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  4. The Dems are trying to goad the nation into the war they claimed Trump would start if he were elected. Instead he is waging peace, proving they were wrong about this issue and every other smear and lie they could make up about him. And so they have become deranged and hysterical.

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    1. "MORE deranged and hysterical." FIFY. (They CAN get even more deranged, I think. They prove me right every day.)

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  5. Well, it seems President Spineless said he misspoke in Helsinki. Cant wait for you tin-foil-hats to spin this one.

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    1. Spineless? If Trump was spineless he would never have succeeded in Manhattan real estate.

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    2. Actually, he didn't. He said he agrees there was "meddling".

      400 mil to the Beast's campaign is meddling.

      Care to try for the bonus round?

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    3. Envy is the ugliest deadly sin.

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  6. Don, never forget the Trump Doctrine which links economic pressure to diplomatic actions.

    Here is the proof positive that Trump is not Putin's puppet:

    He encouraged fracking, opened up pipelines, opened up off-shore US drilling, got Saudis to open up their pipes. This will soon offset the Iranian loss and drive barrel price below break even for both Putin and Mullahs.

    This is far more important and more seriously devastating than any and all diplomatic BS put together.

    Trump recognized that though Russia is an economic basket case (thanks, Ronnie) they still have the largest or at best second largest store of nukes and delivery methods. This must be addressed, controlled and reduced.

    Also Russia has natural animosity toward China which is nibbling at the Russian East.

    Third, Russia has serious Islamist terror problems just as US does. They can be very helpful there. Indeed they tried to help with the Boston Marathon bombers but we blew them off.

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    1. And Trump tried to get the Germans and the rest of Europe less dependent on Russian gas.

      Lost in all this hullabaloo is the fact that a former German Chancellor is on the board of the Russian gas company intent on making Germany dependent on Russian gas, and our former Secretary of State gave the Russians our Uranium in exchange for quite large bribes.

      And Nonnyass is frantically running around waving his hands in the air. Hilarious.

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  7. Sorry, offset Iranian loss was meant to Venezuelan loss

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  8. The media “responses” are becoming as obvious and predictable, not to mention as cheesy, as the identity of a Scooby Doo villain.

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  9. "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love And Understanding?" is a Nick Lowe song that he gave to his then son-in-law Elvis Costello.

    Proving once again that Trump is only a weak man's idea of a strong man, the sycophants here seem to swoon over a shirtless Vlad on a horse.

    A better Nick Lowe song for yesterday's debacle would be "All Men Are Liars". The foolishness of those who take Vlad at his word is astounding. Such ignorance. https://youtu.be/m6hzkBihaew

    Those who take Vlad's word over our collective National Intelligence Community are treasonous.

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    1. Brennan, a known communist, seems to be representing "our COLLECTIVE national intelligence community" quite well.

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    2. It seems that our intelligence community, in their thorough study of our enemies, have adopted some of our enemies' methods. - Elric

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  10. They aren't afraid of peace. They are mostly afraid of seeing business as usual go down the toilet.

    What's really funny is seeing all these people on the left who used to be so eager for us to get along with Russia going nutso along with their former deadly enemies the neocons. Just shows that it was all a game.

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  11. You know what is a real sign of success of the meeting? When the orange buffoon reads a prepared retraction stating

    "In a key sentence in my remarks, I said the word would instead of wouldn't. The sentence should have been...'I don't see any reason why it WOULDN'T be Russia.' Sort of a double negative. So you can put that in, and I think that probably clarifies things."

    Now that's hilarious.

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    1. Mr. Suber you really need to get better trolls, once with an once of sense or even intelligence would improve the dialog in the comment sessions.

      I really enjoy your articles.

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  12. Democrats resemble professional wrestling. The crazier the better, they figure.

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  13. Strange how nobody in the media accused Obama of being the Ayatollah's lackey.

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