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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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Star Date January 31, 2017 A.H.H. Day 12 Saturday night massacre on a

Congratulations to Sally Yates, American constitutionalist, doing the right thing, and yeah,Donny* fired a woman and put a male in her job..
Donny* did in 11 days, what Nixon took years to do... The Saturday night massacre
Got Bork?
Donny* and De-facto President Bannon are doing in 12 days what Nixon took many years to do
meanwhile it is more evident that Jared was overthrown by Bannon
Is Donny* going to bring all the finalists on stage tonight and one by one fire all but the last man standing
Reading somewhere that Donny* already filed for re-election, thereby allowing him to get donations and use
as needed ala Nixon's bag men in a slush fund

Putin and Donny* speaking, passing along orders???
while I don't always agree with David Brooks I do agree with him here-
David Brooks: “Many Republican members of Congress have made a Faustian bargain with Donald Trump. They don’t particularly admire him as a man, they don’t trust him as an administrator, they don’t agree with him on major issues, but they respect the grip he has on their voters, they hope he’ll sign their legislation and they certainly don’t want to be seen siding with the inflamed progressives or the hyperventilating media.”

“Their position was at least comprehensible: How many times in a lifetime does your party control all levers of power? When that happens you’re willing to tolerate a little Trumpian circus behavior in order to get things done.”

“But if the last 10 days have made anything clear, it’s this: The Republican Fausts are in an untenable position. The deal they’ve struck with the devil comes at too high a price. It really will cost them their soul.”

Eliot Cohen-
Eliot Cohen: “Precisely because the problem is one of temperament and character, it will not get better. It will get worse, as power intoxicates Trump and those around him. It will probably end in calamity — substantial domestic protest and violence, a breakdown of international economic relationships, the collapse of major alliances, or perhaps one or more new wars (even with China) on top of the ones we already have. It will not be surprising in the slightest if his term ends not in four or in eight years, but sooner, with impeachment or removal under the 25th Amendment.”

Vanity Fair: “And, according to a source familiar with the situation, Kushner’s influence on his boss may be flagging. Last week, Kushner spent 24 hours trying to broker a meeting between Trump and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto. The source said that Kushner was even considering flying to Mexico in order to convince Peña Nieto, who had butted heads with Trump over various issues, to travel to the White House. Ultimately, Peña Nieto agreed—a feat Kushner presented to his father-in-law on Wednesday night. It was his first real victory in the West Wing in his role as senior adviser, and it would be a major step toward turning one of Trump’s main campaign promises into a reality.”

“Less than 12 hours later, though, it all fell apart. After Peña Nieto reiterated that Mexico does not plan to pay for Trump’s proposed wall, Trump tweeted that if Mexico is ‘unwilling to pay for the badly needed wall, then it would be better to cancel the upcoming meeting.’ Just like that, the meeting was cancelled.”

Said the source: “Kushner was f*&^%$# furious. I’d never once heard him say he was angry throughout the entire campaign. But he was furious.”
to be continued and edited when applicable

Star Date January 31, 2017
A.H.H. Day 12


Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Tue Jan 31, 2017, 10:42 AM (14 replies)

Star date Jan. 26, 2017 Day 7- Hillary tells marchers-Keep up momentum, & more

Star date Januay 26, 2017
Day 7

such grace, honor & inner strength.

“On Friday, I went to Washington to honor democracy and its enduring values,” Secretary Clinton said to People Magazine. “On Saturday we watched women and men across this country and the globe stand up, speak out, and peacefully march for those values with one voice. It was awe-inspiring. We have to keep up the momentum.”

Though Clinton didn’t attend the Women’s March, marchers invoked her name implicitly and explicitly as they marched against the new president, carrying signs like “Stronger Together, Now More Than Ever,” “Nasty Women Unite,” “Women’s Rights Are Human Rights,” and “I’m Still With Her.” Protesters also invoked Clinton’s message to young girls in her concession speech the day after her loss: “To all the little girls watching... never doubt that you are valuable and powerful & deserving of every chance & opportunity in the world.”

Hundreds of thousands of women and men attended the march in D.C., and many more protested across the U.S. and the world: from Boise, Idaho to Wichita, Kansas to Paris, France.

The former Secretary of State won 65,844,610 votes, surpassing her opponent by 2,864,974 votes or an edge of 2.1 percentage points
“So I am begging the president, share with us the information you have about this or please stop saying it. As a matter of fact, I’d like you do more than stop saying it, I’d like you to come forward and say, ‘Having looked at it, I am confident the election was fair and accurate and people who voted voted legally.’ ‘Cause if he doesn’t do that, this is going to undermine his ability to govern this country.”

— Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), quoted by The Hill.
President Trump says that he believes torture works, saying that “we have to fight fire with fire,” the AP reports.

He said that radical groups “chop off the citizens’ or anybody’s heads in the Middle East” while “we’re not allowed to do anything. We’re not playing on an even field.”

Meanwhile, Politico quotes Sen. John McCain (R-AZ): “We’re not bringing back torture.”
and, thank you Governor Jerry always, simply the best governor of all time, bar none.

People before acreage

and, so far, a lot of bravado, a lot of hyperbole, a lot of signing statements, however in actual terms
of anything actually done, nothing. Zilch. Donny* has darkened the world in dread and fear,
but so far, hasn't actually done anything that has actually happened, so much for the first week,
now the house and senate are away for five days with their leader, Heritage Foundation, ready
to pass them their talking points.

First Week Winner- the Marchers, 3 million plus in the USA, and millions more worldwide
First week Loser- Donny* & the $27 2% Bernie. be added to later
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Thu Jan 26, 2017, 05:46 AM (40 replies)

stardate January 25, 2017 Day 6 Six ....with 7 or 8 headlines and thoughts

Glad to see Trump's cabinet member avail himself of our capitalist system
Trump Adviser Gets $100 Million Exit Package

Dan Balz is 100% correct here-
Trump’s voter fraud claims undermine the democratic process and his presidency

Dan Balz: “There is no benign explanation for President Trump’s false assertion that millions of people voted illegally in the last election. It is either a deliberate attempt to undermine faith in the democratic process, an exhortation to those who favor new restrictions on access to the ballot box or the worrisome trait of someone with immense power willing to make wild statements without any credible evidence. By repeating as president what he had said as a candidate, for whatever purpose, Trump is now striking at the foundation of a democratic society.”

I am sure (my opinion, feel free to disagree)-Bernie and Ralph Nader must be beaming with happiness over this-
Reuters: “The employees were notified by EPA officials on Tuesday that the administration had instructed EPA’s communications team to remove the website’s climate change page, which contains links to scientific global warming research, as well as detailed data on emissions.”

as I wrote here- I agree with what I wrote- 100%

Meanwhile- the 50,000 plus workers or more that were fired, no jobs for them.
Just when the unemployment was the lowest since 1973 (4.3%) and the thought is Donny* will
privatize (can one say Blackwater or whatever it is named now) all those jobs.
(I don't understand why those workers are not important to those 2 that weren't Hillary who went on and one
about workers.)
Didn't Jefferson write "All people are created equal", doesn't that include workers who work Federal Jobs?

and People before Acreage
Have a feeling the next challenge to voters voting rights will be only property owners of land need apply
(condo, apartment renters, those that stay in extended stay hotels, dorms, Ys, etc. don't own the land
ergo, no vote.

Congratulations again to the 3 million plus who marched in the USA or stood in their town across the USA
(even if in small towns it might have been a handful of people) and the millions and millions worldwide who
participated in their country whilst Donny* got less than 250,000 to show up at his inauguration
(and the applause the other day while talking to the alpha agencies was all from people (operatives) who
worked with Donny*

That's my opinions feel free to disagree.

and sure enough, the buds started blooming with the unbelievably warm weather for January, and like
last year, they won't come back later in the spring months.

(btw, something interesting, but will bookmark the thought for another day)

star date stardate January 25, 2017
Day 6

Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Wed Jan 25, 2017, 10:31 AM (7 replies)

AHH DAY 3 Congratulations President Clinton- biggest one day rally since Dr. King's in the 1960s

in fact

that in numbers, it outdid every single Trump/Bernie rally

and the two sides fans (mostly the same people) both hammered Hillary on crowd size.

and congratulations to all the marchers (including myself), for not sitting quiet.

and congratulations to Cecile Richards, Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, John Lewis among so many others.

This is how to do a protest rally/ march.

Everyone peaceful, and more important, no ugly masks, no hiding their faces.

People proud to be there and proud to put themselves out there
and this was successful, and will go on.
(unlike the total failure of OWS and those ugly masks,which hid their faces, didn't run for office and didn't achieve anything but perhaps help Donny * steal the office.

Three million in the USA along, perhaps countless millions more in the world in solidarity with women

NO UNITY. The battlelines are drawn. And the attack on women and the constant
and the constant belittlement of President Clinton by Putin, RT fake news, Bernie (who is working with Donny* is being avenged.)

and I agree 100% with Gloria Steinem, if Donny* attempts to have Muslims sign a registry,
everyone in unison should stand up, and proudly sign the registry too.

and it dawns on me how a 75 year old man and his fan club wanted and still want Hillary to just
sit down, shut up and get to the back of the bus.(Much like the treatment of the CBC and John Lewis)

that's my opinion.

NO UNITY with Donny* and just wish this march happened in the fall, there would not have been a need
for it had people just woken up a little earlier.

and thank you Sir Ian.

JAN. 22 2017
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Sun Jan 22, 2017, 09:09 AM (29 replies)

+65,844,954 the number of Great Americans voted for Hillary, three million more than voted for Donny

51,000 disenfranchised those 65,844,954 Great Americans.

Trump is illegit. No honeymoon, and no diversion will make him any less illegit.
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Fri Jan 20, 2017, 12:14 PM (3 replies)

There is no difference between Trump and Bernie Sanders- both demand absolute obey

any sign anyone goes against either of them, Trump tweets and Bernie fans say "PRIMARY"
and then starts a campaign against that person

Both 2%ers.
both gamed the system
both happy with the November election

wonder if Bernie will have a stack of books at the SOTU and a booth to sign books for $27
Perhaps a table in the mall this weekend (he is going to the inauguration)

gaming the system.

both making their own enemy lists of people not following their absolutism

that's my opinion, after hearing in a short period of time, both putting down John Lewis and the CBC
because his views were not what Bernie and Trump wanted to hear.

feel free to disagree

Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Tue Jan 17, 2017, 08:40 AM (74 replies)

Hi everyone! You may not agree, but I congratulate Hillary on winning the election, albeit

once again, Camelot was taken away from (those who were for the Democratic party winning).

see-this thread-
The key to 2020 and beyond is in the south, reclaiming Georgia, SC, NC, Texas, and making inroads in
Alabama and Mississippi and one would do well to not bother attempting to reclaim anyone who did not vote
for Hillary.

After all, she got the single largest # of voters except for President Obama in the history of the US,
and yes, I do blame a certain (U.I.) for taking someone who had close to a 70% favorable and giving
for a year, the blueprint for 100% of all the negativity (now we know none of the slurs against Hillary
were true, and that there was a coordinated conspiracy (no theory, actual conspiracy).

I know in 2020, I will be voting for Cory Booker, Michelle Obama, Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren,
Cecile Richards and should she run again, Mayor Hillary Clinton (may she run in NYC, I think its a great idea, DeBlassio
is the single worst mayor in NY History, and well, the single greatest Governor who didn't become President
didn't think there was anything wrong with lower office after his dreams of being President ended(Jerry Brown).

I will NOT under any circumstance, and that is 100% guaranteed, vote for anyone associated with a certain
other person. 100% will NOT do so.

And a special congratulations in Florida to Charlie Crist and DWS for there stunning victories in their elections.

No retreat, no surrender.

the house, the senate, the lower office, easy for the Republicans, with the billions spent over the years by
the Koch Brothers, Adelson, and the others (even if the Koch's might not have gone bigtime in the Presidential race, their boot prints were all over the lower offices, and the Heritage Foundation, etc.
Let alone that 100% of all media is alt-right or rightwing
(Hannity saying Make Russia Strong, go Sean, show your true colors).

anyhow, that's my opinion feel free to differ.

as Hillary won, I can't think of any mistakes made, except perhaps they should have poured 100 million into
the south and won Georgia and Texas, and perhaps Cory Booker should have been the VP.

and I have to say, I agree with bravenak on almost 100% of the posts since election day.
(along with a number of other posters).

Hope all here are personally okay health wise. I already know the vast majority of people here got their
wish as to who did not get seated. (that's my opinion).
I proudly stand with those that voted for and wanted Hillary to win, and more important, want and still want
the legacy and agenda of President Obama to continue forever.

And though in the streets, I have had a couple of nasty remarks/almost threat against my car and the bumper stickers, they aren't being removed, in fact, more are being added as I can find them.
Nov. 3, 2020 is right around the corner.

and remember- the Democratic party GAINED seats in the Senate and House, and most of the horrid
class of 2010 in the Governrships will not be running again in 2017 and 2018 and 2019.

Want to catch-up with articles, thoughts from the last two months to have them on record,
and also give a tribute to 5 or 6 people who have since died.

Where to begin?
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Wed Jan 11, 2017, 01:13 PM (63 replies)
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