Monday, June 26, 2017

Kelly Anne Stupid Way defends Medicaid cuts

Kelly Anne Stupidway defends medicaid cuts by saying adults can always find jobs.I an preparing myself to die,I an putting my affairs in order because I expect to be dead in a year, the doctor says I can't work. I can't even get in a wheel chair,
these fools are criminals. they murdered me, they are going to murder millions of people do would not have to die if rational humans were in charge. They are criminals,Trump is a murdering criminal, they should be thought of as on par with Nazi war criminals,
Please crank up the resistance,we are fighting to save humanity, civilization,and democracy, Relatives say"we wont let that happen,: that's what they said when I lost my house.
btw if adults can always find jobs then why do they need Trump to save their jobs?
Reality check: Most of them have jobs already.

Saturday, June 24, 2017

it through for a vote. The bill will likely NOT go to a conference committee after the Senate vote. The House is expected to approve the Senate's bill as written, and then it will go the president's desk. We have to get our act together RIGHT NOW. Please SHARE this bill summary with other activists. The best way is to SHARE it with every political group you belong to!

Friday, June 23, 2017

New Evidence: Obama tried to prevent Putin effecting elections

New Land Mark article in Washington Post:
 abstract of this article in CBS This Morning
| "According to a Washington Post investigation, in August the CIA gave then-President Obama a report that "detailed Russian President Vladimir Putin's direct involvement in a cyber campaign to disrupt and discredit the U.S. presidential race." The article's co-author, Greg Miller, joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss why Obama administration officials did not respond to the report and their regrets on the handling of the information."[1]
Early last August, an envelope with extraordinary handling restrictions arrived at the White House. Sent by courier from the CIA, it carried “eyes only” instructions that its contents be shown to just four people: President Barack Obama and three senior aides.Inside was an intelligence bombshell, a report drawn from sourcing deep inside the Russian government that detailed Russian President Vladi­mir Putin’s direct involvement in a cyber campaign to disrupt and discredit the U.S. presidential race.But it went further. The intelligence captured Putin’s specific instructions on the operation’s audacious objectives — defeat or at least damage the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, and help elect her opponent, Donald Trump.[2]

for Wash. Post read more 

for CBS This morning read more


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[1]CBS this Morning report on the article, "WaPo ReportervGreeg Miller Rports on Putin Eelectin interferarnce, (Junne 23,2017) URL:

[2] Greg Miller, "Obama's Secret Struggle to retaliate against Putin's election interference..."Washington Post, (June 23, 2017) URL

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Fascism tames the media

you need to see this, The press knows the curtain has lowered on Presidential accountability, Trump is is isolated from real critique, media is going along because they must have the story but they get pablum not access. This is the way fascists tame the media,.
After yet another day when the White House refused to conduct its briefing on camera, or even allow audio of the briefing to be broadcast, CNN's Jim Acosta let…

H.E.L.P. is AWOL.
If both of your Senators are Democrats, today's Daily Action is to call the GOP members of the Senate's Health, Education, Labor & Pensions (or HELP) Committee at (844) 904-7411 and demand that they do their job and commit to holding public hearings on the healthcare bill.
Call them out for the secrecy of this bill-writing process - this secrecy is only possible because they have obeyed Mitch McConnell and refused to do the job they were sent to Washington to do.
Call them out for making Senate history because in the history of the Senate there has never been a committee that has failed to hold a single hearing on legislation of this magnitude when that issue was clearly within their jurisdiction.
Call them out for failing at bipartisanship. Several members of this committee have gone on TV to "talk the talk" on how a bipartisan solution would be ideal -- but the very reason why they are refusing to go through the Committee process is because the Committee is bipartisan.
Call them out for being hypocrites - they went on and on about the immaturity and irresponsibility of the House process and are doing the exact same thing themselves.
And finally, at the END of the call, ask them why we need this Committee in the first place? Because if we can tackle major healthcare legislation without the Committee, it's a frivolous body that should be dissolved.
The Senate Majority Leader earns an Upside-Down Pinocchio for his shifting rhetoric on passing health-care legislation.

Monday, June 12, 2017

Time to act on Trump's anti-health care bill

The house passed a monster of a health care bill. It was  a mutilation of Obamacare not a revocation They stealth-fully found a way to cheat 24 Million Americans out of their health insurance and leave millions more with no medicaid. They even found a way to destroy the value of no pre-existing condition but made it look as though they left it in, The sane people who care about lives were angry and shocked but we all said wait the senate will save us. So the Senate was supposed to make up for the harms and produce a sane bill. But is that going to happen? There are several changers, Hereis the way things are shaping up.

(1) An Action Alert wet out saying that  while we were detracted by the hearings:

McConnell whips Senate GOP back in line on Obamacare repeal



For a day at least, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has his party’s beleaguered efforts to repeal Obamacare back on track.After two weeks of increasingly dour assessments from Republicans on the party’s stalled health care efforts, Senate Republicans emerged from more than two hours of meeting with a fresh burst of optimism that they could actually pass a bill to repeal and replace the health law.Sen. Lindsey Graham went into Tuesday’s party lunch predicting that the Republican effort to gut Obamacare was “more likely to fail than not.”He emerged singing a different tune: The health care overhaul he heard about contains “promising proposals” and he was for holding a vote this month after the Congressional Budget Office weighs in and the party’s idea are put into legislative form.
“Now I say promising, but I don’t know what it looks like legislatively … the key word is promising,” Graham said. “There better be [a vote this month], because this is not like fine wine, it does not get better with age.”
Ditto Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.), who has been outspoken about his concerns on the direction the party has taken, but now says he is feeling increasingly comfortable and "very encouraged" by Republicans' plans.

(2) While you watched Comey, Senate GOP moved to cripple healthcare...
 Contact Reporter   Los Angels Times 

As it happens, the Senate’s work on a measure to cut back the health coverage gains secured by the ACA took place as California budget negotiators reached agreement on restoring dental and optical coverage cut from the state’s Medicaid program, known as Medi-Cal, in 2009. The plan is to restore dental coverage for Medicaid patients in 2018 and eyeglasses in 2020. Some details are still being negotiated, but this is what political leaders do when they’re serious about improving the health of their constituents.

McConnell’s goal is to present a bill to the Congressional Budget Office for analysis as soon as next week, so a final vote can be held before Sept. 30. That’s the deadline for a measure to be passed this year under Senate budget reconciliation rules, which would prevent a Democratic filibuster and allow passage by the GOP’s razor-thin 52-48 majority — with Vice President Mike Pence casting the deciding vote if two Republican senators bail out and produce a tie. (Amanda Michelle Gomez of Think Progress has a good rundown of the procedural complexities here.) Unlike the House, the Senate can’t vote on a bill that hasn’t first been scored by the CBO.

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Thursday, June 8, 2017

Trump investigations

from Vox:
In one of the many signs that things aren’t going well for President Donald Trump, it’s become genuinely difficult to keep up with all the different government investigations related to his presidential campaign’s ties to Russia and its attempts to sway the 2016 election.
These investigations, however, can be broken down into three categories:
  • First, the intertwined Justice Department investigation, now led by a special counsel, into the ties between the Trump campaign and Russia and, reportedlythe possible cover-up.
  • Second, the investigations led by the House and Senate Intelligence Committees, which are broadly looking at Russian intervention in the 2016 election.
  • Third, the Senate Judiciary Committee and House Oversight and Government Reform Committee have been looking into former National Security Adviser MichaelFlynn’s conduct specifically — and have recently expanded their inquiry to the circumstances surrounding former FBI Director James Comey’s firing.
These differences matter. They affect both the scope of the investigations and their potential consequences. The Justice Department investigation could lead to criminal charges, for example, while the House and Senate variants could lead to impeachment.
It’s still too early to say whether any of that will happen or how far the investigations will go. But here’s what we know so far about each of them.
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