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And I was worried about Trump going back to his Blue Dog Democrat ways once he was elected President...what the hell was I thinking.

This commie crap runs deep in the democrat party.
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WASHINGTON — CIA Director John Brennan can breathe a sigh of relief: 40 years after casting his ballot, Congress has let him off the hook for voting for the Communist USA party during the height of the Cold War.



Brennan copped to the vote in little-noticed remarks last week at the Congressional Black Caucus’s annual conference. The spy chief spoke of his stomach-turning fear while undergoing the vetting process to be employed at the CIA in 1980 — strapped to a polygraph during the height of the Cold War, Brennan was asked if he had ever worked with or for a group that was working to overthrow the United States.

“I froze,” Brennan said. “This was back in 1980, and I thought back to a previous election where I voted, and I voted for the Communist Party candidate...we've all had indiscretions in our past.”

Brennan said he came clean about the his 1976 ballot during the polygraph, expecting it to disqualify him from a clearance. But to the director’s surprise, he was offered admission to the agency, and, nearly 40 years later, landed in the top office.

It looks like lawmakers interviewed by BuzzFeed News on Thursday don't mind.

“I think [Brennan’s] the only one who can comment on that,” said Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC), the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee leaving a briefing Thursday.

“I really am not interested in how the CIA Director voted decades ago,” said Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) leaving a Senate Intelligence Committee briefing Thursday.

But, Wyden recalled the still-lingering tensions over the Intelligence Committee’s torture report, and the agency’s decision to dig into the computers of its Senate overseers while the investigation was being conducted. And as it turns out, there are still plenty of other reasons some lawmakers want to fire the spy chief.
https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/alimwatkins/congress-doesnt-really-care-that-the-cia-chief-once-voted-co

If memory serves werent half the people in obamas admin admitted communists ?(the other half being secret communists) i remember van jones coming out of the commie closet as well as that bitch from the irs saying she looked up to chairman mao
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WASHINGTON — CIA Director John Brennan can breathe a sigh of relief: 40 years after casting his ballot, Congress has let him off the hook for voting for the Communist USA party during the height of the Cold War.



Brennan copped to the vote in little-noticed remarks last week at the Congressional Black Caucus’s annual conference. The spy chief spoke of his stomach-turning fear while undergoing the vetting process to be employed at the CIA in 1980 — strapped to a polygraph during the height of the Cold War, Brennan was asked if he had ever worked with or for a group that was working to overthrow the United States.

“I froze,” Brennan said. “This was back in 1980, and I thought back to a previous election where I voted, and I voted for the Communist Party candidate...we've all had indiscretions in our past.”

Brennan said he came clean about the his 1976 ballot during the polygraph, expecting it to disqualify him from a clearance. But to the director’s surprise, he was offered admission to the agency, and, nearly 40 years later, landed in the top office.

It looks like lawmakers interviewed by BuzzFeed News on Thursday don't mind.

“I think [Brennan’s] the only one who can comment on that,” said Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC), the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee leaving a briefing Thursday.

“I really am not interested in how the CIA Director voted decades ago,” said Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) leaving a Senate Intelligence Committee briefing Thursday.

But, Wyden recalled the still-lingering tensions over the Intelligence Committee’s torture report, and the agency’s decision to dig into the computers of its Senate overseers while the investigation was being conducted. And as it turns out, there are still plenty of other reasons some lawmakers want to fire the spy chief.
https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/alimwatkins/congress-doesnt-really-care-that-the-cia-chief-once-voted-co


“I really am not interested in how the CIA Director voted decades ago,” said Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) leaving a Senate Intelligence Committee briefing Thursday."

Wyden is the type of leftist sleaze ball who would bring up a nominee's term paper in college for a judgeship.
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All u just said about kasich may indeed be true. Yet, nonetheless, the left wld treat him with exactly the same fervor as trump. Their ice queen wld still have had her throne stolen.

Kasich is no Trump.
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But that's my point, regardless, we still need a wall because our history has proven that neither party is willing to enforce the law.
At least with a wall, they'll be forced into several entry points, putting a huge damper on illegal activity, such as smuggling and human trafficking of children.
It's not 100% perfect, we know that and yes, they'll fly drones over it to smuggle drugs in the future, but it will slow down the human aspect of crossing the border.
Take away all the magnets and we'll have a far better system. A wall is still better than no wall.

It is really that simple. $26B sounds like a lot of money and it is. However, talk about return on investment, that would be it.
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:lol: :lol: :lol:
I knew it didn't have a prayer, but soj51.org is still running strong in its efforts to split the North State into a 51st State and let the Marxists suffer in their own mess they created.
The entire reason they created the three way split was that they are afraid soj51 will succeed.



Splitting up California: State Supreme Court takes initiative off ballot

The state Supreme Court decided Wednesday that California will remain intact geographically, at least for now, while it decides whether the voters can consider a proposal to divide the Golden State into three new states.

The three-state initiative, Proposition 9, had gathered enough signatures to qualify for the November ballot. Nine days after opponents filed suit, the court issued a unanimous order removing the measure from the ballot and ordering further legal arguments on whether it should be placed on another ballot in 2020 or struck down altogether.

The court said it usually allows ballot measures to go to the voters before considering constitutional challenges. But in this case, the six justices said, “significant questions regarding the proposition’s validity” and the “potential harm” of allowing a public vote before those questions are resolved “outweighs the potential harm in delaying the proposition to a future election.”

Those questions include whether California voters’ broad authority to enact laws by initiative, established in 1911, includes the power to break up the state, and in the process abolish its Constitution and existing laws, to be replaced by lawmaking bodies in three future states.

https://www.sfchronicle.com/politics/article/Splitting-up-Calif-State-Supreme-Court-takes-13085880.php#photo-15853767

So does this in any way affect ur attempt to spit it up? How is that going anyways? Is it going thru the courts as opposed to ballot?
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Sports / Re: NFL Owners Approve New National Anthem Policy
« Last post by supsalemgr on Today at 09:58:51 AM »
The NFL is hell bent on self destruction.
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Survival Tips / Authorities Bust Plan to KILL 10,000 in California
« Last post by Solar on Today at 09:00:10 AM »
A graduate of Berkeley High School in California pleaded guilty to multiple charges of terrorism this week after telling federal agents he plotted with ISIS to kill 10,000 people in the San Francisco area.

The 23-year old man, identified as Amer Sinan Alhaggagi of nearby Oakland, admitted he sent material and resources to foreign terror organizations and hoped to stage a series of attacks throughout the Bay Area.

The plot involved a string of deadly bombings and a plan to lace the region’s cocaine and drug supply with rat poison.

https://www.hannity.com/media-room/terror-plot-foiled-authorities-bust-plan-to-kill-10000-in-california/
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WASHINGTON — CIA Director John Brennan can breathe a sigh of relief: 40 years after casting his ballot, Congress has let him off the hook for voting for the Communist USA party during the height of the Cold War.



Brennan copped to the vote in little-noticed remarks last week at the Congressional Black Caucus’s annual conference. The spy chief spoke of his stomach-turning fear while undergoing the vetting process to be employed at the CIA in 1980 — strapped to a polygraph during the height of the Cold War, Brennan was asked if he had ever worked with or for a group that was working to overthrow the United States.

“I froze,” Brennan said. “This was back in 1980, and I thought back to a previous election where I voted, and I voted for the Communist Party candidate...we've all had indiscretions in our past.”

Brennan said he came clean about the his 1976 ballot during the polygraph, expecting it to disqualify him from a clearance. But to the director’s surprise, he was offered admission to the agency, and, nearly 40 years later, landed in the top office.

It looks like lawmakers interviewed by BuzzFeed News on Thursday don't mind.

“I think [Brennan’s] the only one who can comment on that,” said Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC), the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee leaving a briefing Thursday.

“I really am not interested in how the CIA Director voted decades ago,” said Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) leaving a Senate Intelligence Committee briefing Thursday.

But, Wyden recalled the still-lingering tensions over the Intelligence Committee’s torture report, and the agency’s decision to dig into the computers of its Senate overseers while the investigation was being conducted. And as it turns out, there are still plenty of other reasons some lawmakers want to fire the spy chief.
https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/alimwatkins/congress-doesnt-really-care-that-the-cia-chief-once-voted-co
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 :lol: :lol: :lol:
I knew it didn't have a prayer, but soj51.org is still running strong in its efforts to split the North State into a 51st State and let the Marxists suffer in their own mess they created.
The entire reason they created the three way split was that they are afraid soj51 will succeed.



Splitting up California: State Supreme Court takes initiative off ballot

The state Supreme Court decided Wednesday that California will remain intact geographically, at least for now, while it decides whether the voters can consider a proposal to divide the Golden State into three new states.

The three-state initiative, Proposition 9, had gathered enough signatures to qualify for the November ballot. Nine days after opponents filed suit, the court issued a unanimous order removing the measure from the ballot and ordering further legal arguments on whether it should be placed on another ballot in 2020 or struck down altogether.

The court said it usually allows ballot measures to go to the voters before considering constitutional challenges. But in this case, the six justices said, “significant questions regarding the proposition’s validity” and the “potential harm” of allowing a public vote before those questions are resolved “outweighs the potential harm in delaying the proposition to a future election.”

Those questions include whether California voters’ broad authority to enact laws by initiative, established in 1911, includes the power to break up the state, and in the process abolish its Constitution and existing laws, to be replaced by lawmaking bodies in three future states.

https://www.sfchronicle.com/politics/article/Splitting-up-Calif-State-Supreme-Court-takes-13085880.php#photo-15853767
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