Tell Republicans to do their job and help — not hurt —some of our most vulnerable Americans.
Sign the petition: Stop the Republican War on Seniors
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yesterday at 23:30.
Still 100% relevant.
Watch Mr. Rogers explain why PBS is essential to our country in 6 minutes
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yesterday at 23:48
In elementary school, my class watched The Electric Company staring the one and only Morgan Freeman❤
yesterday at 23:00.
Republicans, please explain, if you will—where Jesus is in what you are doing?
By Daily Kos user Onomastic
Dear GOP, where is Jesus in what you are doing?
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yesterday at 23:16
I am not a Catholic. Sometimes I wonder if I'm a Christian, though I try. But I agree completely with Father Martin.
Let me put it this way. I have little patience with those who preach about putting Christ back in Christmas. I think first we need to put Him back in Christianity.
Diane Lee Nieto
yesterday at 23:22
This is something I have struggled with...I know people who voted for this disgusting man and I still haven't been able to wrap my head around it or them. If you voted for Donald you take on what he represents and none of it is good. He is NOT the normal...he is like no other. If you claim to be a Christian you better rethink your choice/vote.
yesterday at 23:49
When are people going to realize that religion has no place in government? It belongs in homes, in churches and other places of worship but not in government. Government MUST be secular so it addresses all citizens not just those who are elected to govern. Ironically, religion causes many problems between different faiths and beliefs when it should be unifying.
yesterday at 22:00.
We've still got work to do.
By Daily Kos user Brainwrap
CELEBRATE A FEW HOURS. Then come back and read this.
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yesterday at 23:00
Trump and his Trumpeteers will continue to sabotage the ACA (ObamaCare) to try and make their wish to blow it up happen! The gray root movement needs to keep pressure on their republican congressmen in their home towns to be part of the process and not sit on their hands.
yesterday at 22:23
Consider that a substantial reason for the failure of this bill was the TeaParty loyalists that wanted a complete repeal of the ACA, and no replacement. Their ideology just does not allow government social programs. If you can't take care of yourself, it's not their problem. This isn't over until they win, or are voted out of office.
yesterday at 22:09
Those evangelical pro-lifers will be frothing at the mouth because people who would have been condemned to death due to Trumpcare are now going to live.
yesterday at 21:30.
So careless about their killing. So unconcerned about the pain and suffering and deaths they vote to impose. Psychopathic killer mentality. Cruel. For the sake of cruelty.
By Daily Kos user The Lipsticked Pig
What's the point? Why Are Republicans Always Voting to Kill Things?
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yesterday at 21:43
The Republican Party should be officially declared a hate group. They have nothing to offer except divisiveness and death.
yesterday at 21:39
Personally, I think they always have a reason. And if the animals on this land right now actually protect the land from being taken by the government, or given to other countries to destroy, well, then there it is. Animals go, pipelines, etc come in. Just my thoughts....
Katherine Rubin Mensink
yesterday at 21:43
Because it is about power. Killing another creature is dominance, power. It doesn't matter to them if it's a fair fight (ie: cubs in a den!?!?), only that they win.
yesterday at 21:00.
America is filled with all kinds of misguided “patriots,” especially the kind that lost the Civil War.
Super duper patriots fly Confederate Flag outside of arena during NCAA Tournament games
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yesterday at 21:27
They ARE patriotic! Towards a failed country that existed for less than five years and based its economy on the owning of human beings.
yesterday at 21:38
How is it patriotic to fly the battle flag of traitors who fought to protect the "right" to own other human beings like cattle? (That is the "heritage" of this flag, so you don't get to hide behind "I'm just proud of Southern heritage!" There's lots to be proud of in the South. The Civil War is not among those things. And "states' rights" in this context is, again, the "right" to own others. This was the "economy" people speak of when they claim "the war was about economics.")
yesterday at 21:10
They're usually the ones who say they're from the "party of Lincoln" too. 🤓
yesterday at 20:30.
This should be good.
Jay Z is making a film and documentary series on the life and death of Trayvon Martin
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yesterday at 22:00
Waste of time. We need to focus on the Zionists who control the US govt and send our children to kill Arab children and completely destroy their countries for Israel. Then, our kids come home and their conscience makes them commit suicide.
.....At least 7,000 vets committed suicide last year. There are only 365 days in a year.
Gayle Fabrizio Davis
yesterday at 21:19
That one won my heart in a big way.
yesterday at 20:00.
Donald Trump claims to create jobs, but President Obama actually did the job
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yesterday at 20:09
I watched that press conference when Spicer announced the Charter Communication job-growth prospects. No one in the press challenged that dubious claim by asserting that the job goal was an early 2015 phenomenon. Once the lie is permitted to leave the room, it accomplishes what it needs to do. This irks the hell out of me.
yesterday at 20:05
If Trump had done something other than show up, he might have some claim to the good jobs report. But he's done nothing that would warrant his taking such credit.
yesterday at 20:11
45 hasn't created a single job. Carrier laid off 1100 before Christmas and is still building a plant in Mexico. Boeing fired and laid off people after a 45 tweet. And his latest pipeline deal has zero to do with him. It's been in the works for 2 years. Lying jackass taking credit for other people's work.
yesterday at 19:30.
Let’s be clear about one thing: Pulling the Trumpcare bill was NOT a defeat for Trump and the GOP.
It was a FAILURE.
By Daily Kos user Old Redneck
Yesterday was NOT a defeat for Trump
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yesterday at 19:45
Yes, but it was only a "win" for Dems because it showed the disorganization of the GOP. They can still cause their "death spiral" of the ACA by defunding subsidies, repealing the mandate and tax penalties, and then blame the Dems during the 2018 elections. We must keep up the phone calls, town halls, rallies to force improvement of the ACA and publicize their sabotage of its benefits.
yesterday at 20:57
The word that trump hates most of all...failure. Somehow he'll do his usual spin and blame it on Obama. Donny, you're a failure.
yesterday at 22:59
Eventually it will be Paul Ryan that will take the fall for not gathering the troops in the House. This was Ryan's baby and Trump was just going along with the republican agenda to fulfill what is now an empty campaign promise. Now, they both look weak which could affect the outcome of Trumps budget and tax cuts that have to be approved. Will Ryan be able to pull the House republicans together?
yesterday at 19:00.
13 Democratic senators reportedly haven’t made up their minds yet, or won’t answer questions on how they’ll vote on a filibuster.
Let's put the pressure on.
By Daily Kos user subir
Schumer says he has votes to filibuster Gorsuch, but at least 13 Dem senators remain on the fence.
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yesterday at 19:09
I've read comments like "But if you filibuster Gorsuch, McConnell will go nuclear, and you won't have the filibuster for the next nominee!" Okay, so what good is a weapon you can't use because it will immediately be destroyed? If you can't ever use it, it is, by definition, USELESS.
yesterday at 19:05
What is wrong with them? Until the investigation about the Russian interference in the election is complete and we all know the details, there should not be any hearings on the Supreme Court nomination. We may be dealing with an illegal administration. Get off the fence!!!!!!!!!
Julia Ann Herrmann O'Shea
yesterday at 19:22
No way Dems. I think the GOP are getting LOTS of feedback American's think the senate should just hold on a minute until we do a through independent investigation and know FORCING this through despite that, on their own, is a total NO WIN FOR THEM. Just like health care. Hold firm Dems!
yesterday at 18:30.
By Daily Kos user Chris Reeves
Kansas Republicans and Democrats Give Trump the Bipartisan Finger, Finally Accept Medicaid Expansion
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yesterday at 18:37
Better late than never I guess. Now we have to get working to give the ACA back all the parts that the Repubs have stripped away so it can work and then start making it better for everyone.
yesterday at 18:55
Defeated in Washington and then humiliation in Kansas! "On the same day the House was supposed to pass a bill dismantling Medicaid, Kansas Republicans took a big step toward expanding the program in their state".
Luis R. Valle
yesterday at 19:17
I think Paul Ryan, Mitch Mcconnell, Tea Party and Libertarian ideology screwed Red States by not partaking on funds for expanded medicaid programs with their strangle hold on poor uninsured Americans. Serves this pricks right, Wake up Red States!
yesterday at 18:00.
The visuals are pretty astounding. Enjoy!
This is what's left when you redact lies, half-truths, and inaccuracies from Trump's TIME interview
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yesterday at 18:33
Mike Pence spinning the Republicans inability to govern reverting to blaming Obama! They had 7 years to have a plan!!! Not to mention they pretend that it failed because Dems wouldn't help!!! Dumbasses!!!
Susan Holland Bradley
yesterday at 18:56
I read the whole interview, had to reread so much of it, clearly has something mental going on.
yesterday at 18:04
Surprised there were UnBlackened places!!!
yesterday at 17:30.
Conservative pundit unloads on Trump and GOP
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yesterday at 17:47
You left off the biggest difference: Obama and the Democrats had a mission to help people and improve their health while the GOP tried to pass a tax break for the rich disguised as a healthcare bill.
yesterday at 17:32
Nice to see Trump play big boy truck truck. Reminds me of my nephew.
The difference, of course, is that Donnie is 70 and my nephew is three. And already smarter.
yesterday at 17:48
This is simply excellent in its brevity...straight to the point. Republicans talk. Obama & his team WORKED. Republicans want to scare you with boogeymans but don't have the stamina to withstand sunlight. Bullshit walking
yesterday at 17:00.
Dems should refuse to do *anything* until the Russia matter is settled.
By Daily Kos user chewbacca
Tying Gorsuch (and everything else) to Russia is a winning strategy
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yesterday at 17:48
Nothing should be done that is irreversible until the matter of the Russian interference in the election is settled. That would clearly include confirmation of a Supreme Court Justice.
Susan Sherman Petosa
yesterday at 17:20
I think referring to it as a "strategy" demeans its actual importance. Our government was potentially hacked and our current administration is potentially compromised by a foreign government. This isn't a strategy but something that needs to be determined and either proven or disproven asap. In fact, if the current administration and/ GOP Congress actually cared about the country, they would want definitive answers to these questions as well.
yesterday at 17:24
Forget winning strategy....it's what's right/best for the country. The media could really do more to promote bi-partisanship if they wanted to. Don't worry you'll still make money.
yesterday at 16:30.
It’s one thing to con your followers. It's another thing to outright tell them that you did it.
GOP Rep Just Admitted ALL Those Repeal Votes Were A Fraud! Cons Lose Their Sh*t!
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yesterday at 16:37
Well duh. Did anyone ever think Obama would not veto a repeal of his major piece of legistlation? Of course all the repeal votes were a dog and pony show! But they had plenty of time for them since every other problem in America was on hold at the time.
yesterday at 16:34
Every GOP rep should have a big slice of Miss Minnie's Chocolate pie! Because they love to talk shit until they actually have to govern!
Alexei Frederick R. Flores
yesterday at 16:32
And those cons should be thankful. The Democrats just saved them from aGOP attempt to murder them via bad healthcare.
yesterday at 16:00.
Compare and contrast.
Why Obama succeeded on health care while Trump is a miserable failure ... in just 99 words
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Christine Cooper Casey
yesterday at 16:12
No comparison then or now. Must really irk 45 to not even come close in any way - good, let him stew! Just hate to see how he will seek revenge...as someone who thinks he has to win all the time....
yesterday at 16:03
7+ year to come up with something, anything that could fix or replace the ACA and all they had was an expired turd sandwich. So much for "helping and uniting all Americans".
yesterday at 16:08
Obama worked for a full year to design the ACA; after 7 years the Trump/Ryan put fort a piece of crap legislation their own party could NOT support. Obama and his Admin must be MUCH smarter than Trumps.
yesterday at 15:32.
Hillary Clinton’s tweetstorm in celebration of saving Obamacare is a beauty to behold.
By Daily Kos user TrumpResistance
Hillary Clinton's Tweetstorm on Obamacare Is A Beauty To Behold!
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yesterday at 15:37
We could have had her as president and working on improving healthcare but, you know, e-mails and shit. I was not a big fan of hers at first, but damn is that lady presidential.
yesterday at 15:40
Repubs successfully voted over 50 times to repeal Obamacare when a Dem was in the whitehouse. And now, that they have complete control ... they can't find the votes to repeal and replace it. That my friends is the definition of irony and hypocrisy! I guess voting to kill people is really really hard. Who knew healthcare could be this hard? DUHHH.
yesterday at 15:35
How is she not our president right now?! She's more presidential in 5 tweets than he's been in 65 days! Smh! 🤦🏼♂
yesterday at 15:00.
Despite Trump's claims, native-born Americans are more likely than immigrants to be 'bad hombres'
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Mary M Silkworth
yesterday at 16:33
Perhaps with good reason.. trump needs to define "bad hombres" , people who do not like him? Disagree with him? Do not purchase his kids clothes or wine or buildings?
yesterday at 15:57
Despite Trump's claims, ______________________________.
yesterday at 14:30.
Two for two. Way to go, Trump.
Wow. Trump Was Right About Voter Fraud AND Wiretapping This Week.
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yesterday at 14:38
Any bets that he tweets a link to this because the headline sounds like he won? hehehe...
Eric J Hartmann
yesterday at 14:44
why do you see less twitter rants since Sessions had a meeting with him after his can-of-worms openeing, wiretapping rant?
yesterday at 15:05
Time for Trump to "tap-out".
yesterday at 14:00.
A girl born today—in 2017—won’t see equal pay during her career if she has the misfortune of living in one of thirteen U.S. states. Is your state one of them?
New analysis shows just how far we are from closing the gender wage gap
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yesterday at 14:42
What is this????? Equal pay for equal work????? Be careful guys, next thing you know, they will be expecting to get the right to vote!!!!! (Sarcasm)
yesterday at 14:38
It's interesting that Wyoming won't close the gap until the next century because it is known as the equality state, the first state to give women the vote! What happened! Cheney?!
yesterday at 14:09
I'm a man and I fully support equal pay for women. Make it the law of the land NOW!