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Q Anon: 02/24/19 Trust Trump's Plan
qmap.pub ^ | 02/24/19 | FReepers, vanity

Posted on 02/24/2019 10:00:16 PM PST by ransomnote

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To: bagster; stylin19a
I Tried to tell Y'all Way Back here:

https://www.freerepublic.com/focus/chat/3730349/posts?page=2791#2791

"The law is...not to talk about Q".

That thread, however, is yet to suffer post birth abortion.

Even after I mentioned it here, and later managed to make a dumb mistake...
(Bread number in a post)
and got a post deleted here faster than I could get back to see if there were any replies.

I am suggesting that we may have been "Walking The Line" there beyond the trees, and that is why...

It Yet Persists!


2,941 posted on 03/01/2019 12:08:21 AM PST by EasySt ( Praise the Lord and pass the meme-unition!)
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To: greeneyes
THAT means more to me than ANY (You) From "Over There"!

God Bless You!

Dream of a Restored United States of America!


2,942 posted on 03/01/2019 12:18:57 AM PST by EasySt ( Praise the Lord and pass the meme-unition!)
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To: Spitzensparkin1

Scary part, though, is that is believable.


2,943 posted on 03/01/2019 12:22:41 AM PST by Bigg Red (MAGA)
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To: Pete from Shawnee Mission

::...figured out by post 2637!::

....
I hadn’t quite made it to that number when I responded to your comment.

I am of the opinion that we have got to really vet such tales because, as you know, the Deepies are going to throw everything they’ve got at us in an effort to discredit us.


2,944 posted on 03/01/2019 12:28:48 AM PST by Bigg Red (MAGA)
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To: bagster

Bump


2,945 posted on 03/01/2019 1:30:09 AM PST by Jet Jaguar
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To: bagster
This devil music?


2,946 posted on 03/01/2019 2:30:39 AM PST by wastedyears (The left would kill every single one of us and our families if they knew they could get away with it)
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To: ransomnote; TEXOKIE; bagster; Wneighbor; little jeremiah; txhurl; Aquamarine; generally; ...

Just so you know, ransom and I are planning to get up a new thread today when we’re both awake and churning on the proper cylinders. Thanks. Mary

****************

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2019/02/is_a_second_civil_war_coming.html

Is a Second Civil War Coming?

By Jeff Lukens

FTA:
...
Beyond the media, there is an entire theory from the academy and coffee houses of Cambridge, Berkeley, and Madison to the effect that Democrats have been too far to the right for a long long time. Maybe my favorite example of leftists determined to brew up the Kool Aid for the 2020 campaign comes from The New Republic, a former magazine, where Alex Sheppard writes of “The Overdue Death of Democratic ‘Pragmatism.’”

Now I’d be the first to celebrate the death of capital-P “Pragmatism,” on the grounds that it doesn’t work, but what Sheppard really means is the kind of “moderation” under people like Bill Clinton and Tony Blair that is now despised on the left as “neoliberalism.” This paragraph strikes me as especially wacko:

The party’s rightward drift began in the mid-1970s, when the so-called “Watergate Babies” began to replace New Deal Democrats, but proceeded in earnest in the 1980s due to Ronald Reagan’s two landslide victories. The Democratic Leadership Council, formed in the wake of Walter Mondale’s defeat in 1984, pushed Democrats to embrace balanced budgets, welfare reform, and other centrist policies. The argument was that the Democratic Party must meet American voters where they were. This neoliberal turn also led Democrats to embrace technocratic policy as an engine for social change: markets, not governments, would solve the major challenges of our time. The kind of imagination and ambition that drove the New Deal and the Great Society became passé.

First of all, losing 44 states in 1980 and then 49 states in 1984 does have a way of concentrating the mind about how to win an election, and high-octane leftism didn’t seem like the way.

But it is this sentence that really jumps out: “The party’s rightward drift began in the mid-1970s, when the so-called “Watergate Babies” began to replace New Deal Democrats. . .”

Sheppard has it exactly backwards. The so-called “Watergate babies” of 1974 marked the beginning of a major step change to the left for the Democratic Party, as I explained in volume 1 of The Age of Reagan:

Watergate had provided the impetus for organizing and accelerating the generational transition within the Democratic Party. Seventy-five of the 292 House Democrats—a quarter—were freshmen; half of the Democratic caucus in the House had been elected since 1970. The “Watergate babies,” as they became known, were infused with a liberal and in a few cases radical reformist zeal formed in the crucible of the antiwar movement and tempered by the convulsion of Watergate. The official Democratic Party magazine, The Democratic Review, estimated that the incoming representatives were more than twice a liberal as the Democratic members they replaced. A Washington Post survey asked the incoming Democrats, “What nation, if any, do you consider a threat to world peace?” The largest plurality, 27 percent, thought the United States was the leading threat to peace, with only 20 percent naming America’s principal adversary, the Soviet Union, along with Israel.

I hope (and expect) that liberals will continue to indulge their revisionist history and slouch toward a suicidal campaign, even as I stock up on popcorn.


2,947 posted on 03/01/2019 3:01:01 AM PST by mairdie (http://www.iment.com/maida/family/father/catharineburnett/hotshots.htm)
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To: mairdie

And to prove why this ISN’T the right time and I’m not on the right cylinders, here’s the correct name of the previous article and url. Sigh.

https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2019/02/are-the-dems-committing-suicide.php

Are the Dems Committing Suicide?

by Steven Hayward

FTA:
...
Beyond the media, there is an entire theory from the academy and coffee houses of Cambridge, Berkeley, and Madison to the effect that Democrats have been too far to the right for a long long time. Maybe my favorite example of leftists determined to brew up the Kool Aid for the 2020 campaign comes from The New Republic, a former magazine, where Alex Sheppard writes of “The Overdue Death of Democratic ‘Pragmatism.’”

Now I’d be the first to celebrate the death of capital-P “Pragmatism,” on the grounds that it doesn’t work, but what Sheppard really means is the kind of “moderation” under people like Bill Clinton and Tony Blair that is now despised on the left as “neoliberalism.” This paragraph strikes me as especially wacko:

The party’s rightward drift began in the mid-1970s, when the so-called “Watergate Babies” began to replace New Deal Democrats, but proceeded in earnest in the 1980s due to Ronald Reagan’s two landslide victories. The Democratic Leadership Council, formed in the wake of Walter Mondale’s defeat in 1984, pushed Democrats to embrace balanced budgets, welfare reform, and other centrist policies. The argument was that the Democratic Party must meet American voters where they were. This neoliberal turn also led Democrats to embrace technocratic policy as an engine for social change: markets, not governments, would solve the major challenges of our time. The kind of imagination and ambition that drove the New Deal and the Great Society became passé.

First of all, losing 44 states in 1980 and then 49 states in 1984 does have a way of concentrating the mind about how to win an election, and high-octane leftism didn’t seem like the way.

But it is this sentence that really jumps out: “The party’s rightward drift began in the mid-1970s, when the so-called “Watergate Babies” began to replace New Deal Democrats. . .”

Sheppard has it exactly backwards. The so-called “Watergate babies” of 1974 marked the beginning of a major step change to the left for the Democratic Party, as I explained in volume 1 of The Age of Reagan:

Watergate had provided the impetus for organizing and accelerating the generational transition within the Democratic Party. Seventy-five of the 292 House Democrats—a quarter—were freshmen; half of the Democratic caucus in the House had been elected since 1970. The “Watergate babies,” as they became known, were infused with a liberal and in a few cases radical reformist zeal formed in the crucible of the antiwar movement and tempered by the convulsion of Watergate. The official Democratic Party magazine, The Democratic Review, estimated that the incoming representatives were more than twice a liberal as the Democratic members they replaced. A Washington Post survey asked the incoming Democrats, “What nation, if any, do you consider a threat to world peace?” The largest plurality, 27 percent, thought the United States was the leading threat to peace, with only 20 percent naming America’s principal adversary, the Soviet Union, along with Israel.

I hope (and expect) that liberals will continue to indulge their revisionist history and slouch toward a suicidal campaign, even as I stock up on popcorn.


2,948 posted on 03/01/2019 3:05:26 AM PST by mairdie (http://www.iment.com/maida/family/father/catharineburnett/hotshots.htm)
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To: Bigg Red

M as tasse


2,949 posted on 03/01/2019 3:11:44 AM PST by Bigg Red (MAGA)
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To: greeneyes
So to me, the fact that he was a physician does not automatically rule him out as being part of the criminal network.

An anesthesiologist might be particularly useful.

No, being an MD doesn't preclude anything... look at the startling percentage of German doctors who were actually members of the Nazi party, as opposed to just being stuck in the same boat with them.

2,950 posted on 03/01/2019 3:15:28 AM PST by niteowl77 ("I am equally hostile to unbridled power whether exercised by the head or tail of society." - MD)
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To: ransomnote; TEXOKIE; bagster; Wneighbor; little jeremiah; txhurl; Aquamarine; generally; ...

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/how-house-republicans-are-making-life-difficult-for-democrats-pelosi

How House Republicans are making life difficult for Democrats, Pelosi

Chad Pergram

FTA:
House Republicans are driving Democrats crazy, and driving a major wedge through the majority party.

GOPers are using a garden-variety procedural tool to goad Democrats into taking challenging votes on the floor – and risking the defeat or alteration of legislation which is on the verge of passing.

The parliamentary gambit is called the “Motion to Recommit,” or MTR as it’s known in congressional shorthand. MTR’s must be “germane” and tied directly to the legislation at hand.
...
Most MTR’s resulted in party-line votes until 2007. That’s when Democrats again won control of the House after 12 years in the wilderness. Democrats captured the House with victories by moderate Democrats in battleground districts in the 2006 midterm elections. Seeing an opportunity, Republicans began crafting artful MTR’s, written in a way to put the squeeze on vulnerable Democrats. Democrats took pains to protect their new members and leaders granted them leeway to vote against the brass and in line with their district on some MTR’s. In the end, this created havoc for Democrats on the floor – even though they were in the majority.

The best example came in March 2007. Lawmakers debated a measure to award the District of Columbia a seat in the House. Republicans concocted a motion to recommit that would have repealed Washington’s ban on handguns. The MTR was germane because the bill dealt with the District of Columbia, and it made many conservative, pro-Second Amendment Democrats jumpy. In that instance, those Democrats had to choose whether to vote with the Republicans and the firearms proposal or against the philosophies of their districts and side with leadership.
...
The GOP prevailed a few weeks ago, tacking on provisions via an MTR condemning anti-Semitism to a measure designed to halt U.S. action in Yemen. This week, a GOP MTR added language requiring Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) be told about undocumented persons purchasing weapons to a background check bill.

Twenty-six Democrats joined Republicans in the effort, inflaming many Democrats.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., insists that Democrats should oppose motions to recommit as a matter of policy. Other Democrats believe leaders should give vulnerable Democrats more latitude. There is some chatter that Democrats could try to change the MTR rule.
...
House Republicans would blow a gasket if Democrats revoked the MTR, curbing what little power the minority has in the House. Yet ironically, many House Republicans want to curb the power of the minority in the Senate (where Republicans hold the majority) and eliminate the filibuster.

McCarthy wouldn’t directly respond to the juxtaposition of those positions when pressed by Fox.


2,951 posted on 03/01/2019 3:16:01 AM PST by mairdie (http://www.iment.com/maida/family/father/catharineburnett/hotshots.htm)
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To: ransomnote; TEXOKIE; bagster; Wneighbor; little jeremiah; txhurl; Aquamarine; generally; ...

This must be the strangest article I’ve ever posted. Not what usually appeals but, like watching ice cream melt down a hand, and then an arm, and onto a shoe, it was compelling and finally I decided I loved it.

https://www.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-welch-michael-cohen-hearing-trump-impeachment-20190228-story.html

Michael Cohen fired his shots, but there was no magic bullet to end our national nightmare

By Matt Welch

Holster the toy cannons, people. Cancel those refresher courses on the 25th Amendment.

For all the fireworks, grubby details and rageaholic outbursts at Michael Cohen’s Capitol Hill public testimony Wednesday, it took just 11 short words from the felonious fixer’s opening statement to ensure that our long national nightmare will not, in fact, soon end: “Mr. Trump did not directly tell me to lie to Congress.”

So concludes last month’s momentarily tantalizing notion — originally reported by BuzzFeed, unprecedentedly disputed by the office of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III — that President Trump “personally instructed” his thuggish capo to perjure himself. Some in Mueller’s carol-singing fan club had convinced themselves that his legalistic rebuttal of the story still left plenty of room for Cohen to deliver a knockout blow if he was ever allowed to testify in public.
...

The logic of extreme polarization militates against self-reflection. After all, there’s always a new social media ruckus, foiled North Korea peace pact or Trump tweetstorm to scream at each other about.

That’s too bad. Because the elites of both parties, and of the politically adjacent professions (including — yes — journalism), actively helped create the unhappy conditions that made fit-throwing look like an attractive option to millions of voters, and not just those who chose Trump.

A magic bullet is extremely unlikely to take out either Trump or Mueller. Even if it could, the maladies that made them antagonists would still be with us. We’ve got a whole lot of work to do.


2,952 posted on 03/01/2019 3:28:36 AM PST by mairdie (http://www.iment.com/maida/family/father/catharineburnett/hotshots.htm)
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To: mairdie

https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2019/02/are-the-dems-committing-suicide.php

Are the Dems Committing Suicide?
_________________________________________

This brought to my mind Qs “suicide weekend” statements. I wonder if they line up with the Dems doing stuff that will kill the party?


2,953 posted on 03/01/2019 3:47:38 AM PST by TXBubba ( Democrats: If they don't abort you then they will tax you to death.)
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To: bagster
Some afterthoughts on tests 12, 11, and 10.

You highlighted my comment:
"Test 12 and 11 posted at the SAME SECOND. Post ten was 4 seconds later.
That’s closer than Q tends to get with Potus..."

I guess I'll go ahead and share some of the REST
of that thought I had when I had it.

I asked myself...
If Q can do that with multiple devices into 8ch...
Why can't he get that close with Our President's Twitter?

I came up with several possibilities.

Q's not at the President's elbow when doing that? (Possible.)

Network path transit time and processing time for posts
to be processed through both Twitter and 8ch is fairly
unpredictable? (Likely.)

Q was able to get these three tests to land right on top
of each other because he had all the devices used,
right in front of him, and those three tests took a much
more predictable time, to all reach the same destination
and experienced the same proecssing once there. (likely.)


.
Consciousness is a mystery and a wonder to me.

Poking around in mine can sometimes be like diving in backwards "over there".

(Probably why I don't get as much sleep as I should.)


2,954 posted on 03/01/2019 4:12:57 AM PST by EasySt ( Praise the Lord and pass the meme-unition!)
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To: fatima
Eric Trump tweeted and deleted a “Boom” yesterday. James Woods tweeted and deleted simply a “Q” today.

Funny thing to me is both those are getting far more coverage having been deleted than they would have gotten if left online. Now the DS will likely give more coverage by talking trash and more people will likely look into Q. Q says they are stupid.

2,955 posted on 03/01/2019 4:44:08 AM PST by nclaurel
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To: bagster; BiggBob; KitJ

The keywords list on that thread was epic. Wish we had a copy of them to post to ourselves when trolls bark. I saw it a minute before it disappeared.


2,956 posted on 03/01/2019 4:49:24 AM PST by Melian (Check yourself before you KeK yourself. ~ Melian)
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To: mairdie

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=toSyoZkaNoo

Jim Jordan takes him apart pretty well,

but Painful to watch cohen.

About 7 minutes.


2,957 posted on 03/01/2019 4:53:10 AM PST by EasySt ( Praise the Lord and pass the meme-unition!)
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To: EasySt

From Washington Examiner:

by Joseph Simonson
February 28, 2019 05:30 PM

Sen. Bernie Sanders’ new deputy national press secretary likely won’t be eligible to vote in the 2020 election due to what she says is her status as an undocumented immigrant.

The hiring of Belen Sisa, an Arizona leftist activist, was announced Wednesday evening. Sisa, who says she was brought to this country illegally from Argentina by her parents at age six, is currently protected from deportation under President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program.

Despite her immigration status, Sisa has remained active in liberal politics over the years. In 2016, she worked as a page to the Arizona delegation at the Democratic National Convention and in Latino outreach for Sanders’ 2016 campaign.


2,958 posted on 03/01/2019 4:59:25 AM PST by Melian (Check yourself before you KeK yourself. ~ Melian)
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To: nclaurel

Brian Cates tweets:

My take is Trump has been holding back the declassification of all the SpyGate docs until Mueller was gone, so nobody could claim his releasing them was interfering/obstructing the Special Counsel.

At best, all they’ll be able to claim is it interferes with the HOUSE probe.


2,959 posted on 03/01/2019 5:02:57 AM PST by Melian (Check yourself before you KeK yourself. ~ Melian)
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To: mairdie

bbb


2,960 posted on 03/01/2019 5:05:45 AM PST by thinden
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