The First Law of Sausages

There are a lot of people freaking out over the Obamacare repeal follies taking place in Washington DC today. My advice is to chill out. It’s not like we can do anything about it anyway. Besides, it is still early in the process. Even if one side gets everything it wants now it is not gonna stay that way.

“Laws are like sausages, it is better not to see them being made.” – Otto von Bismarck

Whatever bill passes the House will not be the same as the one that passes the Senate. Then there will be some kind of a compromise bill that both houses will vote on. Then Trump can either sign it or veto it.

If and when a final bill passes we can decide whether to celebrate or grab or torches and pitchforks. Until then, enjoy this nice Spring weather we are having.


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149 Responses to The First Law of Sausages

  1. foxyladi14 says:

  2. From AofSHQ:

    The big story is the President aligning with Paul Ryan and the GOP-e to force a vote on by any honest metric is a joke. I find it interesting that the same people who have been screaming for years about the sell-out traitors in the GOP are now complaining that the Freedom Caucus is grandstanding because they aren’t getting 100% of what they want. Dear Lord, this is not a friggin’ game to see who is swinging the biggest dick. We’re talking about doing away with an evil edict that is the centerpiece of socialism that kills freedom, kills our economy and kills people. I voted for Donald Trump among other things to repeal this thing root and branch, not to suck up and appease the very people and forces he claimed to be fighting against. His ultimatum of take it or leave it is really, to be charitable, unacceptable to me and insulting. There’s no defense of him hitching his wagon to this shit show and then railing against anyone who opposes him. I call it like I see it. YMMV.

    • Lulu says:

      Take or leave it is a negotiation tactic. Everyone uses this. I’m surprised Ace doesn’t know it. It means Trump is not prepared to be bogged down in it RIGHT NOW while he has so many other things to get done. It doesn’t mean if it doesn’t get the votes this go round it won’t be dealt with later this year or even later next month. Ryan wrote a shitty bill with his shitty donors/lobbyists/BigInsurance and Trump got him to put HIS (Ryan’s) face on it. Ryan not Trump wanted to do health insurance first. Trump wanted to do TAXES. Ryan wasn’t ready, can’t corral his caucus and so it is hung around his neck not Trump’s. And while Trump was talking to recalcitrant Republican congressmen he got to know them, what they want and need, problems with Obamacare, etc. It was NOT a waste of time for Trump in a way. And that shit Ryan looks like a doof.

      • votermom says:

        that was a coblogger, not Ace

        • dm says:

          The Conservative Treehouse has the best run down of the how’s and why’s of the 3 step plan. One thing that is bothersome to me is that no one seems to be talking about why it is being approached this way or the votes required for each step of the process. It’s like people can’t be bothered with the details…everybody (especially the never trumpers) just wants to bitch, bitch, bitch.

          • taw46 says:

            True, most media doesn’t explain any of this at all. And most people won’t go find out for themselves.

          • k says:

            dm, the treehouse has been banning people since last week for merely raising doubts about the implementation of ‘phase 3’ Sundance is going nuts and sounds very, very bitter at the moment…I don’t bother reading his ‘words of wisdom’ anymore..comments are okay though.

  3. elliesmom says:

    What nice spring weather? It’s cold, cloudy, with rain on the horizon. I’m getting ready to do at least a mile of our 100 miles for spring walk, and I’m hoping to make it back before the rain starts. It was a toss up whether to start out before the temperature cleared freezing or wait a couple of hours and risk getting wet. I hope I’ve hit the sweet spot. It’s 36.

    • That’s picnic weather in Wisconsin.

      • When I left Germany for the final time in March 1981 there was still snow on the ground. When I got to California it was in the low 60’s and people were complaining about the cold.

        • elliesmom says:

          We still have snow on the ground. Our usual walk takes us over a dam, but it’s still a giant sheet of ice. We got a mile and a quarter in before it started to rain. Last year at this time the forsythia was in bloom, but it hasn’t started to bud yet. The 100 mile challenge requires just over a mile a day. If I can keep doing the minimum while the weather isn’t great, it should be easy to get there. I have a treadmill, but Ellie won’t walk on it, and the dog has to walk 100 miles, too. . Since she has four legs, I should try clipping the pedometer to her instead. Maybe it would count double.

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            Last year winter arrived in December and left at the end of February. This year Mother Nature simply has not been able to decide what to wear so we got a mix of seasons for three months and she now is trying on those ski pants one last time. I am blaming Chelsea for trying to list Mother Nature’s gig on her resume.

    • Constance says:

      I was able to mow the lawn yesterday here in Seattle. But it was a close call, there was maybe 6 hours without rain, enough to dry it out, and it is now pouring down rain again.

    • lateblum says:

      I just got back from taking care of Calamity. It was in the 40’s when I left my house, 50 when I got to my son’s house 10 minutes later, and nearly 70 right now.
      Tomorrow it’s supposed to be back in the 40’s and maybe some rain. Globull warming…..

      • lateblum says:

        O. M. G. The weather reporter just said the current temp at O’Hare airport is 81 degs. The lakefront – always many, many degrees lower than the suburbs is 77 degs. Tomorrow will now be in the upper 60’s with clouds and possible thunderstorms. Gotta love the global warming today …….. Going back outside to walk along the lakefront. See y’all later.

      • cynic says:

        It seems like it was snowing just the other day, and today it’s in the 80’s and sunny! I was able to spend a couple of hours outside, doing a little garden clean-up. The crocus and Siberian Squill are blooming, and once I cleaned up all the leaves around the helleborus, I could see that once again, they have lived up to their common name, Lenten Rose. They have such beautiful blooms, are deer resistant, and mine have been blooming religiously every Lent, for years.

    • lateblum says:

      I returned from my walk a short time ago. When I was at the lakefront,t was indeed, 80 degs. I got back to my building, turned the corner and I could feel the temp drop. They just announced on the news that the temperature has dropped 22 degrees in the last 15 minutes in Evanston – where I live. I had been closing some windows and thinking I must be getting sick because I was feeling so cold. Hah!

    • Lulu says:

      She is 37 and hasn’t accomplished anything except having two sweet little children (which she can thank biology for giving her). She has one of the skimpiest resumes ever for someone hitting 40 soon. Nothing but her parents nepotism for her doing nothing but virtue signalling and having a “position”. She basically takes up space and air in the public eye.

  4. FreedomFairy01 says:

    What I don’t understand is why they didn’t just flat out “repeal” O-Care, effective, say, in a year from now…and take the next year (of the 7 they have had already) to come up with a NEW bill….

    But that would require the GOPe not bowing down to their insurance company masters….

    And ANYOBNE who thinks this is a HEALTH CARE BILL is an idiot. It’s an insurance bill.

    If they really wanted to tackle “Health Care” they would address and standardize costs of HEALTH CARE. X-rays, treatments, etc., AND address the ridiculous COST of drugs.

    So there.

    • It’s almost as if they planned to fail.

    • Somebody says:

      Freedom Fairy they need 60 votes in the Senate to repeal and they don’t have 60 votes. What they passed before that they claimed was a repeal was actually a defund measure and Obama vetoed it.

      I agree with you about standardized pricing. We used to have that sort of, there was a book of “customary and reasonable costs”. Those were based on metro areas and we’re in effect way back when we had indemnity plans that were 80/20 or 75/25, etc.

      Those indemnity plans went the way of the wind back during the Hillary care years. That’s when our overlords got together with the big insurance companies and took what little transparency we had out of the system. We got yearly physicals and some other perks out of the deal. Used to be you paid out of pocket for routine doctor visits and only used insurance if you were hospitalized or needed a lot of testing. That wasn’t all sunshine and roses either, a lot of people skipped doctor visits because they didn’t have $150 or at least didn’t want to part with it.

      • Somebody says:

        Another thing, I’m pretty sure to implement transparency in cost or some kind of standardized pricing would also require 60 votes in the senate. Harry Reid could probably figure out a way to do it with a simple majority, but we have No Balls McTurtle.

      • FreedomFairy01 says:

        I remember those days. My partner works in the Lab at an ER…. ALL TYPES of folks come in and use it as the “clinic” because the Stand-alone Clinics around here charge $75.00 or so to be seen. ER is required to treat…and the doctor’s are so afraid of being sued they do EVERY test in the world…costing thousands of dollars. And the people never pay for anything. Gov’t pays the tab for the deadbeats with cramps, sore throats and bad drunken nights out.


    • Jeffhas says:

      I can buy car insurance from 1,000 different companies and choose how little or how much insurance I want, whether I want to deal with a quality insurance company or some fly-by-night outfit.

      There are risk pools in which every insurance company has to take some of those people that can’t qualify for insurance (bad risks, too many accidents – like having a pre-existing condition in the health market)

      There is already an example of how the free market can handle insurance…. Medicare/Medicaid to cover anybody else falls through the cracks.

    • lateblum says:

      It was always intended to be an insurance bill. Otherwise the doctors who traveled across this country to try to contribute their knowledge to the bill, wouldn’t have been LOCKED OUT of the meetings. The facilitator of the meetings was a former Vice President of one of the major insurance companies and at that time was hired by a senator from WY, MT or somewhere like that to put the bill together. (I used to know all the details, but became so enraged that I conveniently erased it from memory.)

  5. votermom says:

  6. DandyTIger says:

    • kanaughty says:

      this Russian conspiracy theory, must die. I am so tired of this bs narrative. and frankly, I don’t care because we need to get along with Russia to kill the invasion of worse islam which is against women and gays more than putin is.

  7. Kathy says:

    You are right, Myiq..the final bill will be different and nobody will get everything they want. Plus, if it fails Trump can drop it for a couple of years and hang it around the dems neck for the 2018 election. The dems are trying to trigger him with CNN’s breathless reporting that he will be a failure if it doesn’t pass..he needs to swat them away like flies.

    • taw46 says:

      MSNBC is doing the same thing, saying he is a failure because he can’t get the R’s to vote yes. If they do vote yes, it won’t be “wow, he did it”. No, the narrative would then change to, it’s a horrible bill and will screw his supporters. They are so predictable.

  8. taw46 says:

  9. Anthony says:

    Giis post, myiq. Finally, a POTUS who will refuse to sign a POS bill if it doesn’t deliver his promises. This will be reflective of Congress and Paul Ryan, not President Trump.

    • The nattering nabobs of negativism keep trying to call it “Trumpcare” but it’s Ryan’s bill. Trump is wisely keeping his distance, while doing nothing that could be called sabotage.

      This ain’t Donald’s first rodeo. Trump usually deals thru surrogates, then shows up for the big wins. That way he can take credit and avoid blame when things don’t work out.

      And people say he doesn’t know anything about politics.

      • Anthony says:

        The difference between politicians and businessmen who play hardball is that the businessman always wins. He knows when to walk away saying ‘and now you have nothing!’

        • foxyladi14 says:

          It is knowing when to hold em, when to fold em,
          And when to Walk away!!… 😀

        • kanaughty says:

          he’s is also sort of saying, repubs you had your chance, now if dems will work with me, and they will want to since Obamacare is dieing, now the dems will get what they want. which is horrible, but f the repubs for not doing what they said they will do and repeal this pos Obamacare or all the regulations that make health insurance only health insurance if it comprehensive. there is no such thing as catastrophic health insurance under Obamacare because it isn’t considered legal insurance for the companies to put out there. so now the dems will come to the table and they will keep all their shitty positions like the stupid mandate and men needing maternity care or gynological screening in their insurance.

        • elliesmom says:

          Knowing when to walk away has a name. It’s called a “BATNA”. The Best Alternative to a Negotiated Agreement. It’s important to know what your BATNA is before you enter into any negotiation.

  10. Dora says:

    Democrat Leaders Plot Downfall of Trump

    They’re gathering with liberal billionaires at five-star hotel to scheme the president’s demise

    WASHINGTON ( – Democrat movers and shakers are gathering in Washington, D.C. on March 24 for a planning session to figure out how to upset President Trump’s political momentum and take back the government in 2018.

  11. DandyTIger says:

  12. Dora says:

    This is crazy! Why would they do something like this?


    Naked people slaughter a sheep at Auschwitz death camp

    Warsaw (AFP) – Fourteen men and women in their twenties on Friday slaughtered a sheep and took their clothes off at the former Nazi German death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau, according to the museum at the site in southern Poland.

    The individuals aged 20 to 27 — whose identities, nationalities and motives are unknown — then chained themselves together in front of the camp’s infamous “Arbeit macht frei” (“Work makes you free”) sign, the museum said in a statement.

    According to local media, the individuals used a drone to film the incident.

  13. gram krakka says:

    Speaking of making sausage, who decided that stuffing pig’s intestines (natural “casings”) with ground meat and blood is a good idea? Who would want the job of cleaning fecal matter out of intestines so you could eat them? Yuk! My guess is the Germans or Poles, who figured how to use every part of the hog but its squeal.

  14. Somebody gets it:

    No anger for me this time. No rage like I’ve felt before. No desperate urge to get out there and scream at the idiots who refused to see this coming. Not even a nod for the glib idiots who say this will not defeat us, that we will never be broken, that cowardice and terror will not get the better of Britain. Because, as loyal as I am, as patriotic as I am, as much as my whole younger life was about joining the British military and fighting for my country-I fear we are broken. Not because of this ghoulish spectacle outside our own Parliament. Not because of the lives rammed apart on the pavement, even as they thought about what was for tea. Or what train home they might make.

    But because this is us now.
    This is our country now.
    This is what we have become.
    To this, we have been reduced. . .

    . . . As the last life-blood of a police officer ran out across the cobbles, the attacker was being stretchered away in an attempt to save his life.
    London is a city so desperate to be seen as tolerant, no news of the injured was released. No clue about who was safe or not.
    Liberals convince themselves multiculturalism works because we all die together, too.
    An entire city of monkeys: see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil. Blind. Deaf. And dumb.

  15. CiscoKid says:

    Oil rich Venezuela is suffering gasoline shortages.
    President Trump approves Keystone pipe line.

  16. Dora says:

  17. Somebody says:

    I hate the news feed on my phone. Some blog I’ve never heard of “AMERICAblog” popped up purporting that the National Enquirer is out with a story that Flynn is a Russian spy. The source for the NE is supposedly someone in the WH. The blog then diverges and comes to the conclusion Trump planted the story with the NE or maybe Bannon, but the real Russian agent is throwing Flynn to the wolves to cover their own tracks.

    They have a Disqus comment section. I had to click away before I turned into an Internet troll.

  18. CiscoKid says:

    It just keeps getting better and better.
    Do you think this would have happened under the Obama regime?
    She would have been invited to the WH instead.

  19. Dora says:

    Falls Church. Oh no! My mother-in-law used to live in Falls Church. I’m going back some 25 years, but it was a nice place back then. What a shame!


    Virginia: Dem AG up for re-election holds town hall at terror-linked mosque

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      It is everywhere in the DC metro area but they have really targeted the small cities like Falls Church and Fairfax City. Try to get on city councils and every other board/committee possible. The progs just bend over backwards and lecture and ridicule anyone who questions what is going on.

  20. CiscoKid says:

    During today’s WH press conference Sean Spicer further announced that Charter Communication has committed to investing $25 billion in the USA creating 20,000 jobs over a 4 year period.
    Tired of winning yet?

    • votermom says:

      I heard that. They are going to do all their customer support in the USA.

      • CiscoKid says:

        Yes, more jobs.
        I liked the little shot that Spicer took about the Keystone pipe line.
        Something to the effect that it was stalled for 8 years under Obama, but that Trump did it in 80 days.

  21. Somebody says:

    Comey just arrived at the WH…..hmmm

  22. NBD says:

    Annnnd….. rather than see Obamacare repeal go down in flames, the bill has been pulled. Better than a crushing defeat, but still not optimal.

    • mothy67 says:

      When I had organ failure I had no insurance. I had to go through welfare process to get a payment plan. I had too many assets but payment plan was very reasonable. I don’t know about other states but PA does retroactive medicaid. If you make less than 2 times poverty level which I think is 34 thousand you could already get help. Dozens of clinics. Flu shots are free. I go to the clinic at former charity hospital. My co pay is 15. Its free at pc, but blood work is 5 dollars at clinic and hundred at private doctor. There is so much already out there for free. Yes people were using er as doctor’s offices but has that changed with aca. No one in America was going without health care pre obama. It’s a lie.

    • NBD says:

      Rachel Dolezal will be cast as the girlfriend, because accurate portrayal is essential to the message of this film.

  23. mothy67 says:

    So I was giving baby girl’s first laptop to her friend that has no computer. Its an hp. Has not been touched in over a year. I thought about 100 on craigslist. Craigslist is a hassle. I ‘ll just give it away. Some of my bank shite was on it so I tried resetting it to factory been at 65% for an hour. No good deed goes unpunished.

    • 1539days says:

      You have to wipe it with a cloth.

      • mothy67 says:

        LOL. I got a clorox wipe to clean screen as I was doing it jumped to 73%. Hillary was on to something.
        I am used to tablets. When I had to wait two days for new kindle I tried using laptop. So annoying I kept touching the screen. Nothing happened. Urghh. I will never use it. Sitting in a drawer for months its in the 350 range. No bugs just annoying if you are used to a tablet. All the other laptops in house have touch screen. I think this one feels inferior. Anyhow craigslist has been annoying in the past. I am digging consignment. I made 400 selling kid clothes. People are dumb. Kid loves Justice clothes. They can be steep but they have incredible sales and I get mailers all the time 50% off it includes sale items. I bought a fleece jacket that was 90 60%off plus 50% off that. I had points so cost was zero. Too small already. Some idiot paid 40 for it at consignment. My kid gets lots of clothes. She cannot wear jeans. The caboose and waist do not match. I beg my friends to stop sending stuff. She is 10 with Loubotin and Manolo stillettos. Why? I am gay Republican guy with a kid. I get boxes of fashion. I did NY for 20 years. Child is 10. She has at least 5 little black dresses. They mean well but it’s a waste. I need cleats. Softball wins over fashion.
        My friends really live in a bubble. They think the last decade of my life was some sort of game. They think kids are accessories. It’s something you have to live. I still remember diaper rash, holding her tiny feet as she battled me to apply salve. You know it hurts but you gotta do it. So many things with a kid force you to be the asshole. You cannot read that stuff or watch a movie. I would not trade one day, but none of it has ever been easy. My friends are 50. Some gay some single. Want kids. No they want to HAVE kids. It is not fun and you don’t get trade ins or get to walk away. It blows. Greatest reward ever but it sucks. There is never a day off. Ever. You always worry.

  24. 49erDweet says:

    Here’s a little more weather heading towards Myiq. It isn’t dropping much here next to the coast, so it might be heavier by the time it reaches the San Joaquin valley.

  25. Dora says:

    Health Care Bill’s Failure: Just Part of the ‘Art of the Deal’

    Exactly two weeks ago, this author predicted the defeat of the American Health Care Act ­ and explained that it was a step towards the final, actual deal that will repeal and replace Obamacare.
    President Donald Trump faces three irreconcilable factions: the GOP establishment,
    conservatives, and Democrats. He must bring them together ­ to “deliver the goods,” a key rule in The Art of the Deal. But first he must show them “the downside” ­ and convince them they will fail on their own.

  26. kanaughty says:

    question: if original Obamacare gave hhs secretary omnipotent powers to change regulations without congress,can’t price start just taking out all the regulations and give the bill no teeth. so it is aka a repeal for now?

    • DandyTIger says:

      Good question. I’m sure things could be done to make it and Democrats look better. Make it live longer. But it will eventually completely fail no matter what HHS does. So the question is, let it survive until 2020, or let it fail before that and force Dems to the table to do something better.

      • kanaughty says:

        the things that price could get rid of without congress, I would think could be the mandates for what is considered health insurance. if he got rid of things like making mandatory gyno care for men or maternity care for all women (like senior citizens or women who don’t want kids, or maybe can’t have kids don’t need this and this used to be a choice), like get rid of all the things that make Obamacare now only comprehensive care.

        we used to allow insurance companies to offer catastrophic plans so that young people could buy these plans instead of this mandatory comprehensive expensive as a mortgage premiums insurance.

        now because Obamacare regulations made it so we all had to buy comprehensive insurance, this is one reason why the premiums have gotten unaffordable and young people are paying the fine because they don’t need comprehensive care but they would if they had a choice more likely pay for catastrophic.

        anyway, basically if price could null and void these rules for what is considered insurance that can be offered, then insurance companies could start to make plans for next year in the less expensive catastrophic care category making insurance more affordable at least again. at least until the repubs get their shit together and vote to repeal this pos bill.

        also, why can’t price stop things like the Cadillac tax by not letting anyone check tax payers records to see what plans they have (that way the gov doesn’t know if people are getting Cadillac plans if they can’t see if what plan they are taking)? I don’t know, just a way that price could do a fake repeal for now since repubs are all being selfish about getting rid of this pos.

        • Constance says:

          Why is it always gyno care that gets dumped? Very high percentages of men get prostate cancer and ED drugs are all the rage so why can’t women buy a policy that doesn’t cover male problems?

    • Venus says:

      That was “Phase 2” — but really, Price has already started unrolling Obamacare regs.

  27. DandyTIger says:

    Funny thing. Some Dems, esp. Dem leaders are doing a happy dance right now. But lots of Dems, and lots of Dem pundit types seem really, really angry. Interesting reaction.

    • mcnorman says:

      They should be angry (from a comment at Big Pink)

      If someone commits a dastardly act, and someone else tries but fails to present it, the responsible one is the party of the first part—the initiator of the dastardly act.

      The Dems own it all.

    • lisattpcelt says:

      In reality, both (many) gop & dems knew changes had to be made…problems with ACA were known to be obvious & big. There was something on the table for everyone (sort of) if there hadn’t been so much grandstanding by leadership and self-important coalitions. As Pelosi herself noted in another context, there is legislation introduced for the purpose of making law and others for the purpose of making a point. Some dems probably regret that the latter, even without introducing a bill, was the approach taken by leadership.

  28. Dora says:

    And life in France goes on . . . .

  29. DeniseVB says:

    Who needs a dose of cute ?

  30. Venus says:

  31. Venus says:

  32. CiscoKid says:

    Please take a look at at the meeting between President Trump and 25 Medal of Honor recipients America’s bravest of the brave.
    Posthumous 621‎
    Total awarded‎: ‎3,515‎
    Last awarded‎: ‎July 18, 2016‎
    First awarded‎: ‎March 25, 1863

    “For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty”

  33. DeniseVB says:

    Wouldn’t this be nice 🙂

  34. mothy67 says:

    This making chelsea fetch confounds me. Why does her husbands wiki page not list his adopted sisters but a brother named Vu that did not exist when I lived with Holly, his sister years ago. Holly is dead. Last May cervical cancer. Would have been 50. She was the child of a GI and a prostitute selling fish on the street. Marjorie Margolies was working for the Today Show . She adopted her. Went from rags literally to the Main Line. She went to Friends Select and UPenn. Holly was gorgeous. Vietnamese and Irish. Holly liked to have fun, but why if chelsea is carrying on the name why would they exclude Holly. Fine she got arrested for cocaine in 1986 So what. Marc’s dad, her dad went to prison. I would think Holly’s story would resonate. Her mom wrote a book it’s called They Came to Stay. I rarelu use the word cunt but it applies. She wrote a book and every dark episode from Holly’s youth was there for all to read. Gee she wet the bed after being torn from the streets.
    I do not get it. Holly is dead. Chelsea wants to be the face of new feminism. I’d think your Asian sister in law that went through hell might be a starting point. She had an older sister adopted from China. I think her name is Sun Lee. She hated us. She was in law school. Holly and I were doing blow. It was the 80’s. Holly died last year. She had moved to Utah and was raising boys. Cancer.. hillary’s pro woman spiel did not touch on her son in laws sister’s cancer? Why not? My friend was born in Vietnam aropted into a political family. The clinton’s use everything. Why not Holly?
    Seriously Marc Mezvinsky’s wiki says nothing about her but lists a brother called Vu Pham. Why???

  35. mothy67 says:

    I got an email from cruds tutor. She thinks pup is doing well and recommends once a month just for focus. I set aside 45 times 10
    I responded to every credit card offer. I got loads. Ten years I have not even bought socks. I applied because they all offered 0% I was going. to charge tutor and pay half.
    I have never been to Vegas. I want to go by myself I took out 2500 and I have lots of credit.
    I think I need to go to Vegas. Ten years I have done what I could. I am gonna do it.

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  37. The replies are repugnant.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Scanning the msm headlines this morning they seem to fixated on the family ski vacation during Dad’s tough week (and he’s “upset” about it!!!) Also, neighbors complaining about security at Ivanka’s house is very inconvenient for them, but not the security at the Obama’s house a couple of blocks away?

      Oh, and Chelsea’s so cool, blah, blah, blah.

      God, the media is worthless pap.

    • CiscoKid says:

      So are the people that write such terrible things.

  38. mothy67 says:

    My kid that is not my kid wants gymnastics. We walked home from tae kwon do last night. She did back flips the entire way. So annoying. I fall over tieing my shoe. She flips. Wrong. Wrong. Wrong. Wrong. I will cave.

  39. Dora says:

    Discussion About Replacement to Paul Ryan as House Speaker Heats Up in White House, Congress

    President Trump pulled the healthcare bill today after it fell short of the votes needed to pass. Many believed that the highly unpopular healthcare bill dubbed ‘Ryancare’ was just another big government solution.

    President Trump may be playing 4D chess with this because this may have been the perfect way to not only get the full repeal of Obamacare, but also a replacement of House Speaker, Paul Ryan.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Remember, part of the swamp that needs draining are the GOPe and Never Trumpers. Flush out those duopoly creeps.

      Mitch McConnell needs to be replaced too. Schumer shouldn’t be so powerful in a minority party.

      • lateblum says:

        If pulling the “bill” that left us nowhere, leads to true reform in the House and in healthcare, what a prize that will be. Ryan is untrustworthy and he is best gone.

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