CrazyJoe's past comments

  • 3

    CrazyJoe

    The dumber the populace, the easier to control. That is the game plan, and has been for many years... the Republicans prefer it this way. Ensures only the elite, upper middle class and very wealthy will continue to dominate everything - and the folks will vote for them too. Not much is required, just a catchy slogan: Make American Great, Patriotism.... and the little blind mice follow willingly.

    Posted in: Trump signs legislation rolling back Obama-era regulations

  • 11

    CrazyJoe

    We can all connect the dots. It will turn out that Mr. Kushner is the person who texted Rep. Nunes and had him come to the White House to look at "unmasked" individuals in FBI documents -- one of those individuals being himself. Trump is being revealed as a village idiot who has no idea how his family and advisers are using him for their own ends. Flynn gets scared in April He sings his song in May He repeats his tune In the month of June Then we put them all away

    Posted in: Trump's son-in-law met with U.S. sanctioned Russian bank; will testify

  • 4

    CrazyJoe

    This is a big part of the reason that the Obama administration followed the very cautious approach that it did. It is well known that ISIS uses this tactic of purposely putting civilians in harm's way. They know it makes fighting them harder. They know it creates public relations disasters when those civilians are killed in this sort of strike. They know that those public relations disasters help reinforce their narrative. And they know that when their narrative is reinforced, it helps their recruiting.

    That is why we SHOULD be taking a very cautious, patient approach. One where local muslim fighters are the ones doing the bulk of the combat. This is very much a "slow and steady wins the race" situation. The Obama administration knew that, and formulated their strategy accordingly.

    Trump knows nothing about the rewards of patience and dilligence. He wants results and he wants them NOW. That has been his methodology for his entire life. Consequently, he acts like a bull in a china shop, and makes a mess out of everything he touches.

    Just look at his rushed and therefore ham-handed failures associated with his health care bill, his travel ban, his immigration reform....

    Posted in: Conflicting casualty figures a week after Mosul blast

  • 11

    CrazyJoe

    I thought Trump had a health care plan that would be the replacement. It appears he didn't offer a single thing except his crappy rhetoric. Is that right? I'm also disheartened to see him blame everyone else and not take any blame for his lack of leadership.

    Posted in: Blaming conservatives, Trump signals new openness to Democrats

  • -1

    CrazyJoe

    I understand that there are always civilian casualties in war but there has been a rich history in America of holding the President, the Secretaries of State and Defense accountable for such losses. There is usually a huge out cry and investigations - funny that Trump has not been held accountable yet . . . I guess nobody cares and accountability is a thing of the past.

    Posted in: U.S. acknowledges its forces were behind airstrike on Mosul

  • 12

    CrazyJoe

    These clowns have all the power in government and STILL could not repeal Obamacare. And by the way, Obama, you were a class act. Great president who demonstrated respect and dignity and did the best you could considering the sorry circumstances. And you did good... Enjoy your Obamacare everyone. Hope we get single payer but until then, can't get rid of Obamacare. Like literally can't be done. It seems to me the real story here is that perhaps folks are beginning to realize that Trump is exactly what his critics have always claimed: a puffed-up, lying, incurious, imbecile who got the job through a combination of luck, racism, and Russian meddling.

    Posted in: Trump, after stinging defeat, promises a 'great' health plan

  • 7

    CrazyJoe

    Russian steel carrying Canadian oil across American farmland and waterways. How could Trump not approve it? Most of the fitted pipe is made by Russian based corporations. American based corporations are not set up to craft the pipe. The pipe is already set and fit.

    Posted in: Trump OKs Keystone pipeline, calling it 'great day' for jobs

  • 22

    CrazyJoe

    The Trump Translator says: I have lost all interest in this bill because I have the attention span of a goldfish and I want to go play golf in Florida this weekend. If the ACHA bill passes the House it will prove Trump doesn't care one iota about healthcare. It will show he cares a great deal about tax cuts for the wealthy which all this bill does.

    Posted in: Trump, GOP leaders pull bill to repeal 'Obamacare'

  • 10

    CrazyJoe

    With all this constant drama and chaos…does anyone else feel like a day is a year in Trump time?? It was obvious to any fool from the outset that Paul Manafort was hired by Trump because of the plan they hatched with Alimzhan Tokhtakhounov the Russian criminal working out of Trump Tower, to use the Russian troll army and KGB hackers he had managed in Ukraine to help Trump get elected with covert Russian assistance. Trump is an illegitimate President who could not have been elected in a fair and Democratic election.

    Posted in: U.S. Treasury Department agents probe banking of ex-Trump campaign chief

  • 27

    CrazyJoe

    GOP, for God's sake, do the right thing here, vote this bill down and get started on taking out the orange clown who is making the US a laughing stock of the world and a danger to every interest we have professed for over 200 years. We don't need another Revolutionary war just to prove we elect sane, moral people in the end.

    Posted in: Obamacare repeal vote put off in stinging setback for Trump

  • 7

    CrazyJoe

    Nunes has walked into a trap. He immediately leaked to the media and ran to the subject of a federal investigation with the first bit of info dangled his way. He will now be completely kept out of the loop and possibly charged with obstruction when this is all over. Nunes just told the Intelligence community : "Don't hand anything over to me, that you wouldn't want turned over to the targets of your investigations who are still on Trump's staff".

    Posted in: Spying claim by House intelligence committee chairman renews fight over Russia probe

  • 7

    CrazyJoe

    Two dozen GOP lawmakers remain firmly opposed to the legislation -- not because it will hurt the less fortunate, but because it won't hurt them nearly enough. Shameful.

    Posted in: Trump fights for support ahead of healthcare vote

  • 6

    CrazyJoe

    To All Our British Brothers and Sisters:
    Are you okay over there? We're thinking of you and you are in our prayers. Always. Love-- the Yanks

    Posted in: 5 dead, 40 injured in attack at British Parliament

  • 5

    CrazyJoe

    “Throughout his life he used his fame and fortune to do good here and abroad,” And Donald Trump? What's he done for the world or the nation?

    They don't make billionaires like they used to.

    Posted in: Billionaire philanthropist David Rockefeller dies at 101

  • 23

    CrazyJoe

    If, as President, you accuse a past President of an impeachable offense - and your charge is a lie - you should in turn be impeached. Simple as that. An allegation of potentially criminal misconduct made without evidence is itself a form of serious misconduct by the government official who makes it. When President Trump accuses Obama of an act that would have been impeachable and possibly criminal, that’s something much more serious than libel. If it isn’t true or provable, it’s misconduct by the highest official of the executive branch. The answer is that the constitutional remedy for presidential misconduct is impeachment.

    Posted in: FBI probing Trump-Russia links, wiretap claims bogus

  • 11

    CrazyJoe

    Dear Germany,

    The majority of Americans do not support this tin-foil-hat-wearing insane clown or his posse. We will fix this problem ASAP. We apologize for any inconvenience while we wrest our country from these white supremacist fascists. We know that you dealt with similar people in your past, so please bear with us.

    Sincerely, The Real Americans

    Posted in: Germany rejects Trump's claim it owes NATO vast sums

  • 10

    CrazyJoe

    Trump owes Obama, America, and our allies (particularly Great Britain) a full apology and retraction. Trump is a chronic liar, and he's damaging everything in his path. This must stop. Congress should rebuke him.

    Posted in: Intel documents offer no evidence of spying on Trump Tower

  • 9

    CrazyJoe

    Can't even keep people from jumping the wall at the White House! Home Depot has 32 foot ladders for only $288. Oops.

    Posted in: Trump wants to build 30-foot-high wall at Mexican border

  • 13

    CrazyJoe

    After reading this and other articles about Trumps foreign policy issues, I really have to wonder if he is working for the Russians. Think about it for a moment. It seems everything he's doing is just causing major issues with long standing allies, almost all of whom belong to NATO. What is better for Russia than a divided and fractured NATO? We already know how that's working out for the Ukraine.

    Posted in: Trump says U.S. must be paid more to defend Germany

  • 1

    CrazyJoe

    When you decide it's okay to kill unlimited innocents to target one or a few bad guys this is what happens. It is an immoral deal with the devil that will reinforce the perception that America is at war with Muslims. The Muslim ban is a huge mistake as is making enemies of every ally we've ever had. Trump and his supporters are the biggest morons on the planet who lack any form of moral compass.

    Posted in: U.S. denies striking mosque in Syria amid high death toll

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