casaledana

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Clancy did retire on the 4th and you thing that if some one had stepped in immediately that he could have miraculously cured the ills of the problems that have been festering for 8 years. There are out side of 6500 hundred people working for the department, and the last director could not apparently fix it in 2 years. You still have not given any reason that any one could step in and fix this. The only thing you got right was that he is not a senate appointee. Like all federal departments the best way to fix it is to go in and clean house firer all the old time hold outs and start anew and we all know how hard it is to get rid of dead wood in any government  bureaucracy. This is the fault of Obama and his distain for the law enforcement establishment in general.    
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So was this a person or not? I haz a brain.
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markust123  Really so the new director (who has not been approved yet) as had sense what march 4th, to rehabilitate a Department that apparently could not be corrected in 2 years, is expected by you to clean house in 15 days what a crock, and the guy in charge right now (remember that no one has been appointed and confirmed buy the senate) is a career player who has been in place for how long during Obamas administration? And even if some one had been nominated would the Democrats have let him be approved yet, probably not sense they are holding up every position they can, unlike the Republicans that had most of Obamas cabinet sitting in 2 weeks.  The Secret Service is a mess and its Obamas fault.
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markust123  So the man appointed my Obama 2 years ago to fix the SS is still in office there have been three attempts to get in to the white house,  two in two weeks (on the 10 and 18 of March of this year) One walked around for 15 min. last year one was  caught after he entered  the white house and the last at least was stopped before he could get to the fence, another agent losses a classified laptop, and that's not counting two people walking in to a reception with out an invitation. All by persons from the Obama era, but the man the Democrats wont even let fill his cabinet and has been in office for only 50 days is to blame, and don't forget that this was mostly under a person that had been installed to repair the problems. Remember why he was installed. Drunk and hiring prostitutes while protecting the President while out of the country. Oh the humanity, I mean the hypocrisy.  
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can smell the burning skin from here
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oobaka    wow realey then why is fancylad blaming it on Trump. I've know about these for 40 years but I didn't suddenly run a story that its because Trump is president. I simply give a gentle chastising to his foolish wish for Trump to fail, which by the way is not a good thing for the rank and file like my self hence my wish for him to start this country on a new path sense the last one has brought us to such a sad place. And this is not a shot a Obama but at the presidents that have all seamed to have lost, the true meaning of The American dream with frailer to maintain fiscal responsibility and rule of law. 
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normalfreak2  The way you talk about the end of the world because of Trump I know you would have one if you could afford it.
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This is so cute, but don't you realize fancylad that he has been building these during Obamas Presidency with no knowledge of the next president. It must have been Obama that scared him so much. 
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thezigrat  I have no Idea what you mean with your "Stolen" my use of the word is correct as far as I can see if not please enlighten me further. And you call 5cats and I  conspiracy theorists get a life Trump had it stolen, please what a joke. My point was that she probably left it in her car as a matter of course that was why it was stolen it was always there when she was home. One more screw up by the Obama era SS. The new head could not have repaired the damage of 8 years neglect in 50 days. 
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taxidriver  I did not coin the term "goon" that was fancylads term I just used it in his face. 
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This is not Trumps goons its the remnants of Obamas goons. Of course this does not excuse the loss at all, this agent should at least be sent down the line to a no ware job for such incompetence and at most fired for losing such an important piece of equipment secured by a pass word or not.  How many times was it left in her car when she was at home? There is probably no way to tell, but the chances of it being left in the car one time and being stolen is astronomical. 
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Gerry1of1 looks like Greek to me
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knew  some guys that gave them selves tats in the mirror, scraped the skin with a pin and rub ink in it. Needless to say the tat came in backwards now they have there initials backwards on there arm. To funny.
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normalfreak2  sounds like Obama who ruled by executive order.
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is it a one time usage?
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I have a Taurus 45cal.  and its scary easy to pull the trigger when the hammer is back,  oops
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Pot is not legal in my state (Alabama) and I did not expect it to be any time soon, but this is still a bad sign, and this is one of the things that makes me unhappy about the Trump.  
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Nothing you have said negates the fact that he could have been under illegal surveillance. It can be done and is by not only our own government but foreign governments. Or have you not been reading the news about the CIA and there  ability to access your phone
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I find it so sad that in this day and age that we read in the paper that the Government can and has been hacking our computers can turn our phones in to listening devices, aim a laser at your window and hear what's being said, point a heat sensitive device and tell how many people  and where they are in you're home. I know that there are ways to perform surveillance that we don't even know about. Using a home device may be one of them. All it takes is one or two people in the right place in the FBI, CIA, Home Land or half a dozen other abbreviated Gov. entities to preform illegal surveillance. Really all you need are a few good men with no scruples. And if you don't believe me just take a look at Richard Nixon and Water Gate. We would have never known about it except for a little piece of electrical tape over a lock. Can any one out there say that this is not possible? If you think you can say its impossible your lying, blind or just stupid. I have know Idea if he was Taped or not but I know for a fact it could happen. And until some one proves or disproves it, And until then I know you don't know.
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broizfam   Sounds suspiciously just like the Democrats now. Throw as much shit into the air and hope something sticks. Does not change the fact that Clinton lied under oath, and obstructed of justice and was only cleared by party line vote, not one Democrat voted against him. And low and behold he did lie so he was guilty but was it worth and impeachment? Was Flaggs lies worth removal from office, if it was Clintons impeachment was proper and the Democrats stopped justice by acquitting him.
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This is such a slippery slope we should just stay away from it, genetics and being fat could just cost you a job. Smoking and drinking, drug use are already used against you. One day only the genetically perfect will be able to get a job.
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normalfreak2  And when has the fed. Government done well in totally controlling anything they either over do it or don't do it worth a shit. The ACA bill doubled in expected gov. outlay I said it once and I'll say it again it needed regulation not total control it. I don't know what your family had before for health care, I cant tell you exactly what my family had as I grew up but we did have health care and it did not break the bank. And there was little government involvement at that time.
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holygod   ACA is not Harry Potter and some one does read it if not the representative than his people read it and if no one reads it it should not be passed period, and to try and say the 9 days was enough time to read and evaluate this bill is such a childish response as to be nonsensical. This bill took up 17% of the GDP. And your the reason that Trump was elected, The bill was introduced and passed in less than 6 months and only readily available by your account for 9 days. I don't think any one could make a informed decision in that amount of time. 
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Looked big enough but I didn't hear a sq. foot age how big.
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Gerry1of1  Your right about the prices I have to drive over an hour to get to a movie (I live out in the country) for me and my sweetheart to go the the movies it costs me dinner and half a tank of gas, not counting other costs because its a trip into the big city. But I do like to see certain movies on a big screen, with the hole package of soda and popcorn so I have to keep it down to the best movies. I do love me some Redbox though. And am waiting for the full wall size TV that I can afford. (I'll be dead before that)