Steven E 
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Updated on September 11, 2014 at 2:12 PM

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Re: “Another day in Trump's America

Actually, this kind of shit was happening during four previous administrations, so it is highly deceitful to claim this is just 'Trump's America."

Obama, and pretty much everyone on this blog and every single blog writer, like Max Brantley, David Ramsey, Benji Hardy and other partisan hacks completely ignored the Standing Rock debacle, even after me and one other writer here, mentioned it months ago, when it was Obama's issue. Obama ignored it, when paid mercs for the pipeline gassed men, women and children. These pipeline goons released attack dogs that chewed up kids in the camps.

While relatives of Elian Gonzalez were before a judge, Janet Reno's jack booted thugs broke into a house, and with subguns, military hardware and brute force, yanked a screaming child from the arms of relatives to return that child to a brutal regime.

To dismantle some of the bloated agencies that infect this Govt? That is a GOOD thing.

You guys are a never ending source of amusement, with your selective outrage.

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Posted by Steven E on 02/24/2017 at 12:55 PM

Re: “Tom Cotton's influence on Trump's new security chief

Doc, answers are in the bit of Bio I posted. Might want to read what is presented so you don't ask questions like some slow child in class, over and over again, long after they have been answered.

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Posted by Steven E on 02/22/2017 at 6:15 PM

Re: “Tom Cotton's influence on Trump's new security chief

GftR shows why journalism does not have to be factual, or objective. Most of the reading public is too stupid to read an entire article, find a flaw, overcome that flaw and get to the foundation of facts presented.

I never stated that Cotton served in '91. Sloppy writing on my part gave an intimation to the imaginative that it may be the case. Except I posted the facts of Cotton's deployment that clearly states when he served in 2005-2006. After reading that tidbit, then the sloppy writing is revealed, and only the most empty wit would assume that anyone stated Tommy served in '91.

This failure of media is only part of the problem, exacerbated by a gullible readership, like GftR, and those that believe Salon and RawStory are credible sources of information.

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Posted by Steven E on 02/22/2017 at 9:23 AM

Re: “Dumas: Reaction to Trump branding of press is overwrought

Trump won't be brought down. Like Godzilla taking a quick jaunt through central Tokyo, Trump will finish his term and go slinking back into Tokyo harbor.

Couple of things that shield him are the fact that while the media isn't the enemy of the people, they have proven to be no friend of the truth. The other is the unhinged manner in which the media will inflate some of his words and actions as indicative of tyrannical power grab.

Considering that more than half the thinking population knew the Media covered for Hillary, they were numb to the lies of Trump. Journalism, which wasn't supposed to lean anywhere but the truth, daily betrayed the people. Since 2/3 of the population are fundamentally lazy, they chose the bias of their preference, and avoid research. Makes for a really ugly level of left/right ignorance that do a lot of shrieking, yelling and blocking of traffic, but debate and discuss and feature facts in their talks.

Watching the media sniff around at supposed slights, insults and -isms while ignoring high crimes and misdemeanors from their favored cause constantly illustrates why journalism has more in common with Show Business than reporting.

All fat, no meat.

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Posted by Steven E on 02/21/2017 at 4:49 PM

Re: “Tom Cotton's influence on Trump's new security chief

No, GftR, Tom wasn't in the Calvary in '91. He was in the Aireborne, which isn't a soft assignment, and he did see combat and lead combat patrols.

From his bio.... "He declined offers of a direct commission as an Army JAG Officer, volunteering instead to serve as an infantryman like his father. Tom was sworn in the US Army in Houston Texas as an enlisted man, E-4, on January 11, 2005 and entered Officers Candidate School in March 2005; he completed training and was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant on June 30, 2005. After commissioning, 2nd Lt Cotton entered a 14 week Officers Basic Course at Fort Benning, GA which he completed in November 2005. He then completed Ranger School, earning his Ranger Tab, and Airborne School, earning his Parachutist Badge. On May 19, 2006, 2nd Lieutenant Cotton deployed on Operation Iraqi Freedom to Baghdad as a platoon leader with the 101st Airborne Division. 2nd Lt Cotton was responsible for a 41 man air-assault infantry platoon, and planned and led daily combat patrols. He completed his first combat tour in Iraq on November 20, 2006, and was awarded the Army Commendation Medal, the Combat Infantry Badge, the Iraq Campaign Medal, and various campaign/service medals; he was promoted to 1st Lieutenant on December 30, 2006. "

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Posted by Steven E on 02/21/2017 at 1:34 PM

Re: “A presidential open line

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldv…

Nothing proves the Cheeto King wrong like rioting the next day.

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Posted by Steven E on 02/21/2017 at 12:10 PM

Re: “Even a courthouse is no sanctuary for immigrant

Lot of those that have 'status' problems, allow it to become a legal problem when they avoid deportation, which is, again, illegal. Like the goofy lady taking sanctuary in the church in Colorado. She committed fraud, her status became a deportation order.

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Posted by Steven E on 02/20/2017 at 4:49 PM

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