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Chief Justice John Roberts Scolds Schumer for ‘Dangerous’ Threat Directed at Conservative Justices

Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts on Wednesday criticized Senator Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) over comments the minority leader made in reference to an abortion case currently being debated by the court.

“Justices know that criticism comes with the territory, but threatening statements of this sort from the highest levels of government are not only inappropriate, they are dangerous. All Members of the Court will continue to do their job, without fear or favor, from whatever quarter,” Roberts said.

“For Justice Roberts to follow the right wing’s deliberate misinterpretation of what Senator Schumer said, while remaining silent when President Trump attacked Justices Sotomayor and Ginsberg last week, shows Justice Roberts does not just call balls and strikes,” a spokesperson for Schumer responded...

https://www.yahoo.com/news/chief-justice-john-roberts-scolds-222044800.html

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I've been saying all along that the party poobahs would never let Bernie have the nomination. They can't control him, and he's a loose cannon. He does what he thinks is right, not what the party tells him to do. Trump forced his way into the nomination, and Bernie  was doing the same thing ... only the Dems were organised enough to pull the rug out from under him. They did it in 2016 and they're doing it again. The party wants old Joe Biden, who will follow the script, as boring as he is.

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8 minutes ago, Flashermac said:

I've been saying all along that the party poobahs would never let Bernie have the nomination. They can't control him, and he's a loose cannon. He does what he thinks is right, not what the party tells him to do. Trump forced his way into the nomination, and Bernie  was doing the same thing ... only the Dems were organised enough to pull the rug out from under him. They did it in 2016 and they're doing it again. The party wants old Joe Biden, who will follow the script, as boring as he is.

Bend over Bernie...another repeat performance!

Bumbling, demented Joe Biden...WTF...this is the best the Dems can do???

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7 hours ago, Coss said:

Trump spoke to a senior Taliban leader on the phone, which he said was “a very good talk.”

When Trump says it was 'a very good talk', what he really means is he thought he cleverly applied pressure and evaded being personally responsible for any repercussions.  He's an extremely easy character to read.  Even the 'perfect call' to the Ukrainian leader, a hasty summary that sought to downplay it demonstrates.  

It's like, well we need the funding for those Stinger missiles, well you know you could do me a favour. . .  It's child's play decoding what he's saying.  The rest of the world knows it as well, and frankly right now America is the laughing stock of the world.  Watching Trump walk out of that private meeting with short-assed Putin like a scolded dog, followed by his complete capitulation to Russia.  I mean wtf?

Before being president he was widely mocked by New York society as this cretin like creature.  I hope history gets to the bottom of this and doesn't blame the dumbest moronic president ever on dementia, even though Reagan has some stakes in that race. 

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Try to keep up on the worst president in USA history! 200 solid and documented reasons!!

The Worst President in History: The Legacy of Barack Obama

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4 hours ago, panadolsandwich said:

...., and frankly right now America is the laughing stock of the world. 

Which is unfortunately true

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Trump, the worst deal maker in the history of the world...

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An Afghan Bargain Likely to Fail

After 14 months, the United States would be left without any military or counterterrorism capacity in Afghanistan, effectively subcontracting America’s security to the Taliban.

By Susan E. Rice. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/04/opinion/afghan-bargain-fail.html

March 4, 2020

Sometimes, foreign policy consists of trying to make lemonade out of lemons.

In the case of the recently signed U.S.-Taliban agreement on Afghanistan, President Trump provided the lemons, and the lead U.S. negotiator, Zalmay Khalilzad, and his team did the squeezing. Mr. Trump made clear that he intended to withdraw American forces from Afghanistan — with or without a “deal.” Then NATO partners pressured the United States not to reward the Taliban by conceding their long-held objective of forcing an American withdrawal for free. So, the president reportedly gave his negotiators a finite window to explore whether some deal was achievable.

Lacking the backing of a resolute American commander in chief, Mr. Khalilzad got what he could — a deeply flawed agreement that has the potential to lead to peace but is very unlikely to achieve it. In short, the United States gave away a lot and got relatively little in return.

To start, the United States dropped its longstanding, principled opposition to negotiating directly with the Taliban (including the terrorist Haqqani network, which has killed countless American service members) without our key partner, the Afghan government, at the table. Next, following a seven-day, roughly 80 percent “reduction in violence,” the United States acceded to the Taliban’s primary demand — that America fully withdraw all of its own and NATO forces as well as intelligence personnel from Afghanistan.

Mr. Trump agreed to draw down from our current force level of approximately 12,000 U.S. troops to 8,600 (the level he inherited from President Barack Obama) within four and a half months. Within 14 months, he will drop American and NATO troops to zero — leaving only an embassy-based diplomatic presence.

Senior U.S. officials insist that the American withdrawal is “conditions-based,” but no political or military requirements have been specified. Additionally, the United States announced it intended to lift all American and United Nations sanctions against the Taliban by the end of August.

In exchange, the Taliban pledged not to cooperate with, and to prevent the use of its territory by, terrorists who threaten or target the United States and our allies. The Taliban also agreed to enter intra-Afghan talks, including with government representatives, by March 10, to discuss a cease-fire and future political settlement. The start of talks seems contingent on the Afghan government releasing up to 5,000 Taliban prisoners, and the Taliban responding by freeing up to 1,000 government prisoners. However, Afghanistan’s president, Ashraf Ghani, has already balked, because he knows that releasing Taliban prisoners before negotiations would amount to relinquishing his minimal leverage in talks with the Taliban.

In assessing the U.S.-Taliban agreement, it is important to first acknowledge the positive results. Any end to the war in Afghanistan can come only through a settlement between the Afghan government and the Taliban. To the extent that the present document, barely four pages long, could become a first step that culminates in talks to discuss such a settlement, it is better than nothing. Moreover, if the reduction in violence by 80 percent is sustained and the Taliban curtail attacks not only against American and coalition forces, but also against Afghan government forces, it would lessen the bloodshed and help create conditions more conducive for negotiations.

Unfortunately, there are troubling early signs that the Taliban are already resuming attacks against civilians and Afghan forces.

And in the long run, the fundamental weaknesses of the U.S.-Taliban agreement will most likely endanger America’s national security and doom prospects for a just and lasting peace in Afghanistan.

Why is that? First, under President Trump, the United States is widely seen to be committed to withdrawing from Afghanistan under almost any circumstances. There are no indications of what “conditions” might slow or halt an American drawdown of troops short of a major attack by Al Qaeda launched with clear Taliban support. Not sustained violence against Afghan forces, nor smaller-scale terrorist attacks, nor continued Islamic State operations seem likely to prompt the United States to reverse course. The Taliban know this and so does the Afghan government, reducing nearly to nil America’s influence over events in Afghanistan.

For those reasons, intra-Afghan negotiations, if they begin, will strongly favor the Taliban. By cutting a deal with the Taliban that excluded (and even failed to mention) the Afghan government, the United States legitimated the Taliban and further weakened the Afghan government. In committing to the Taliban to end the American military presence and drop sanctions, the United States also sacrificed its remaining leverage to help the government in intra-Afghan negotiations achieve critical shared objectives, like protecting democratic gains and preserving the rights of women. Given that intra-Afghan talks will take many months, if not years, to yield any progress, the United States is likely to withdraw before any deal is done, abandoning Afghanistan to the Taliban wolves.

Worse, after 14 months, the United States will be left without any military or counterterrorism capacity in Afghanistan, effectively subcontracting America’s security to the Taliban. During the Obama administration, we considered and rejected the idea of reverting to a civilian U.S. Embassy-only presence, because we understood that such a posture would leave American diplomats highly vulnerable to attack and increase the prospect of a Vietnam-style withdrawal of Americans under fire.

Finally, in lauding his capitulation to the Taliban as a diplomatic triumph denied to his predecessors, Mr. Trump reiterated his intention to meet with Taliban leaders, potentially even at Camp David. Meanwhile, he bragged about his “very good” relationship with the Taliban leader after calling its senior leader on Tuesday. More shockingly, Mr. Trump also revealed his own true feelings about Afghanistan, stating: “We should never have gotten in in the first place.”

Now we know America is led in wartime by a commander in chief who not only cheapens the sacrifice of the 3,500 American and NATO service members who perished in Afghanistan. More dangerously, Mr. Trump told the world he believes that the terrorists who murdered 3,000 Americans on 9/11 never deserved to be fought.

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Trump is really fucked,

he says a vaccine is 2-3 months away. When a reporter questioned this, he said well we have all these great companies "johnson and Johnson" blah blah thats what they're telling me... bullshit bullshit...

Then Trump's own subject matter expert Dr. Antony Fauci,  interjected and asked the Pharma executives to "get the President the information that a vaccine will and testing will take 12 to 18 months."

So Trump won't listen to his own people, only his idea of favourable news for Trump...

 

https://edition.cnn.com/2020/03/02/politics/donald-trump-coronavirus-vaccine-push-back/index.html

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Hey Cav, how's Trump's scrotum tasting now?

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Ref this deal with them Taliban: does anybody on earth except Donald  believe that they in future shall sit at home and start knitting sweaters for winter?

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