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Working to keep the agenda of President Obama forever. Michelle, Kamala, Cory, Deval, Eric, Elizabeth, Sheryl, Cecile, Elijah,John Lewis, Dr King, LBJ. And a woman shall lead us. "Doesn't matter I I'm not enough, for the future or the things to come"(C)EG)."There's a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in"(c)Leonard Cohen, anthem

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Life was perfect for 8 years during President Obama 8 years, and not once did I

hear any Democratic person say or complain about anything.

Perhaps a 3rd party person might have, but again, those are not Democratic people, and
as my OP said yesterday or the day before, I do not believe there are more than one hand worth
of actual independents who are not those with a hard view one way or the other.

So, no I did not hear anyone complain during those 8 years about anything that President
Obama did

Why would they? Life was perfect and getting better and better each and every day
Which is why I agreed 100% with what Michelle said about being proud. She was 100% correct.

that is my opinion.


Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Sun Jun 10, 2018, 09:28 AM (1 replies)

Memo to myself- frequent this place, and being in NYC

not only will the conversation be great, but I don't have to worry about being you know what with one of those
thingys that have those thingys inside them

As John Lennon and the Beatles sang "A splendid time is guaranteed for all"

A toast to the leader of the band Mr. Kite.



(symmetry, in memory of a victim of one of those thingys Mr. Lennon).
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Fri Jun 8, 2018, 03:24 PM (0 replies)

My President, President Obama should invite the Eagles for a BBQ

this is a cool idea.

as is Gov. Deval Patrick and the Honorable Eric Holder both may be running for President.
That is also a ticket I could support. Among a number of others.

(but not a number of others)

That's my opinion

VOTE DEMOCRATIC top to bottom

and don't let the trump media stop you from voting with their oh so concern trolling

that abject failure who was placed in the White House indeed scares the trump out of me
pence might also scare the trump out of me, however, he would not get legislation through because at
that point, there would be 30-40 republicans with their eyes on the prize


Love and Hope trumps Hate and Fear 24/7/365

whomever President Barack&Michelle Obama back, is AOK with me.


how cool would it be perhaps on June 12, for the Eagles to meet with President Obama and have a
BBQ. it would be as cool as Barack Obama that's how cool.




that's my opinion



Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Tue Jun 5, 2018, 09:47 AM (22 replies)

trump is acturally a very bad negotiator and has proved it many times (article)

article from the vote-master at @electoral-vote.com
full credit to (c) vote-master at @electoral-vote.com

Trump Is Actually a Poor Negotiator

http://www.electoral-vote.com/evp2018/Senate/Maps/Jun02.html#item-2
Trump Is Actually a Poor Negotiator

While Donald Trump likes to brag about how great a negotiator he is, his track record isn't actually very good. In 1985, Tony Schwartz, a not very famous writer, was interviewing Trump for a magazine article when Trump told him that Random House had asked him to write a book. Schwartz suggested calling it The Art of the Deal. Trump said he liked the name and asked Schwartz to write it. Normally ghost writers get a small flat fee, but Schwartz asked for half of the $500,000 advance and half the royalties and got both, an incredible deal for Schwartz (who could have been replaced by any one of a hundred other ghostwriters) and an incredibly bad deal for Trump. The book was a big success and the millions of dollars in royalties that Schwartz got all came directly out of Trump's pocket. Thus we have the irony that Trump negotiated a terrible deal for himself on a book about how great a negotiator he is.

There were other situations as well when the Donald didn't negotiate well, either. When he was owner of a team in the United States Football League, he didn't negotiate good deals with the players, paying them too much. His skills didn't help the league, either, since it failed. In 1988, he bought the Manhattan Plaza Hotel for $408 million, about $60 million more than anyone else thought it was worth. Also in 1988, he bought Eastern Airlines. He paid $365 million, also about $60 million more than anyone else thought it was worth. There are other examples. Generally, great negotiators don't pay tens of millions of dollars more for properties than other potential buyers think they are worth.

Since becoming president, Trump hasn't negotiated any deals at all. He bungled the efforts to repeal Obamacare, wasn't even involved in the tax-cut bill negotiations, and hasn't come close to getting Congress to approve his border wall. The only things he has done, like the Muslim ban, pulling out of the Paris Accord, and killing the Iran deal, haven't involved any negotiating at all. The presidency gave him the power to do things unilaterally and he did them. The nature of being a great negotiator is is to be able to get the other party to agree to terms more favorable to you than a weak negotiator could get. So far, we have not seen any evidence that Trump has any special negotiating skills at all.
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Sat Jun 2, 2018, 07:37 AM (29 replies)

My opinion- If trump wasn't guilty, why wasn't Hillary seated

for the yammering trump does, he got placed,

were anything trump said true (and IMHO the day hasn't yet appeared where anything he says is true),
Hillary would have been seated.
'nuff said.

That is my opinion

while I don't want the system the US fought and won not to have (which would be a parliamentary system)
would like to see trump call for new elections, have a rematch and let the chip and ernies fall where they may.

(and we know now that brexit's vote was fake too, and hopefully parliament will disolve that at some point
with Queen Elizabeth or King Charles approval.)

Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Thu May 24, 2018, 04:29 AM (21 replies)

Conratulations to John Lewis, Cory, Kamala, Stacey with stunning victory in Georgia

Major victory for Senators (and possible 2020 ticket) Kamala and Cory. (or perhaps Kamala/Stacey or Kamala/Eric)



also found it interesting that some on the far left attempted to piggyback, which I thought might hinder
the victory, but the voters came out massively and voted. (that is my opinion).

As always, the Honorable John Lewis I salute! He has my back. I have his.

Georgia blue with the greatest Democratic voters in the world leading the way

And congratulations to President Carter. Along with President Obama, two greatest Presidents.
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Wed May 23, 2018, 01:11 AM (4 replies)

My personal endorsement in Florida is for Gwen Graham.

Have no idea who is running against her, but knowing she is running is all I need to know.

Being that my name sake of course is Bob Graham, greatest Senator and Gov. Florida ever had
and who, had he been picked as VP would have insured victory in 2000, 2004
especially in 2004, the year of the single worst choice in VPpicks of alltime, When somehow
Tad Devine got John Edwards on the ticket.
I knew that day Kerry would not be seated, though I did cheerlead the rest of the way

(will never support anyone Tad Devine supports again. Single handedly he has done more to ruin America
than anyone IMHO.) (and he was instrumental in making the official K/E board hidden,wasting everyones
time who was there thinking they mattered (a mistake I won't ever make again.)

that is my opinion.

Gwen Guthrie for Governor (and should she win, instantly would put her as a major candidate for VP,
perhaps with Kamala Harris or Michelle Obama
She 2020

Go Gwen.

(edit the glaring typo I made though I would not have minded had she ran instead of Major Nelson)
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Tue May 22, 2018, 05:10 PM (6 replies)

President Barack Michelle Obama sign longterm production deal with Netflix

This really is cool.

as is how the candidates President Obama, The CBC, and the entire woman's movement are winning
winning winning.

Now, I am not a fan for personal reasons of Andrew Cuomo (after what he and his dad did to Ed Koch that can never be forgotten or forgiven), and it would be cool to have a woman Governor

Do hope She wins everywhere.

Whomever the Obama family is for, I am for. and whatever, and wherever and For ever.

24/7/365.

this is my opinion.
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Mon May 21, 2018, 06:22 PM (4 replies)

Bartolo Colon- What a delight to watch this year, perhaps he might be on All-star team???

and if he is, I believe he will be the 2nd of all time oldest (Only Satch Paige) was older.

And I do believe he got what it takes for the HOF especially if he not only passes the legendary Juan Marichal (my 3rd favorite pitcher of all time after Gibson & Koufax), but can win 250.

Beloved
Iconic

and did you see that 101 mile and hour line drive ricochet off his belly, and he calmly bent down and tossed
the runner out at 1st, and brushed off the team doctor.

Most games I can only watch the "simulated pitch by pitch" but tonight as he is pitching vs. Yankees, it is
on tv in my area.

Baseball, the way it outta be.
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Mon May 21, 2018, 06:09 PM (3 replies)

Jonathan Chait,I agree 100%, but even more so, the "first read" quote


https://politicalwire.com/2018/05/21/why-is-trump-freaking-out-about-the-gulf-meeting/
Jonathan Chait: “This weekend, the New York Times revealed that, in August 2016, Donald Trump Jr. met in Trump Tower with representatives of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, who offered campaign help… The deeper question is how closely related the Gulf story is to the heart of the Russia question. Was it just another one of Donald Jr.’s legal misadventures? Or did Nader, Prince, and the Gulf States play a central role in facilitating a corrupt deal with Russia?”
“Trump’s furious lashing out, including his reckless escalation of a crisis with the Department of Justice this weekend, provides interesting clues. Trump has no poker face, no chill. The closer the investigators get to incriminating evidence, the more intensely he rages. He resembles a suspect at a crime scene screaming at the police not to go into the attic. And now that attic is looking awfully interesting.”
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First Read: “Don’t get distracted — that reporting of a second Trump Tower meeting in 2016 was the biggest news from the weekend.”
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Mon May 21, 2018, 06:05 PM (3 replies)
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