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Mar 13 17 6:25 AM
Stardettes wrote:Page #165. You know I am glad that Trump brought up the wiretapping issue, because on Sunday, Senator John McCain called for Trump to provide the 50 Senators with proof of it. Senator John McCain told the Press on Sunday that President Obama probably did not illegally wiretap Trump's phone during 2016, but that it is possible that the FBI or IRS did legally install wiretaps as part of the Tax audit or as part of the investigation into Trump's use of stolen DNC emails. McCain told the Press that it would be interesting to see what is on the tapes. Some experts with expertise in these sort of wiretapping situations say that Trump's phone conversations could have been indirectly monitored. For example if the FBI obtained the FISA court's permission to do a wire tap on a foreign agent, and that Russian makes a telephone call to Trump's house, then those taped conversations are fair game. Another guest on one of the Sunday morning political talk shows agreed with that possibility and said that if the FBI and CIA, or IRS was legally privileged to do wiretapping on Russian spies and Trump picked up the phone, well then there's proof of at the very least secret interactions and at worst a possible Trump campaign link to Eastern european hackers.
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Mar 15 17 4:16 PM
Stardettes wrote:______Page #168--
Last week saw the roll out of Trump's plan to get rid of and replace Obamacare.
Trump and VP Pence went on a quick Public relations tour to promote the new package of changes.
But even with control of both Congressional chambers, Trump is having difficulty selling it,
probably because the new legislation would strip 24 million Americans of medical coverage
that they obtained through Obama's Affordable Health Insurance plan.
Trump is getting an earful from voters who don't like what Trump is trying to do to them.
Trump is going after the Obamacare they have and that's not gonna make them healthier .
Hey I am a reasonable man, please explain why
taking away the Health Insurance of 24 million Americans?,
... will some how make America great again?
Date: Mid-March 2017
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Mar 16 17 3:58 AM
Stardettes wrote:_________Page #169
Leave no man behind, that is what I learned.
The new legislation may not pass.
It is not the right law.
It will raise the premiums of the existing Insurance policies,
it's not a good dal for older Americans.
19 Senators so far have joined the democrats.
These 19 good republicans know that Trump's 1st health insurance reform bill,
isn't the best deal,
and that we can do better.
Have it your way if you don't want to buy health insurance fine,
but if other people want a plan, and can't afford it,
the government should help those people get a policy.
why should we go back to the bad old days?
Americans want to step up.
Not go without health insurance and get sick!
When your an American you are somebody in my book.
The new law will throw people under Bus,
and it will kick people to the curb.
So let's reject this 1st attempt, basically because it
will leave Americans behind,
and that's not what what we do.
We leave no one behind.
Date: Mid-March 2017
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Stardettes wrote:______Page #174
The budget Trump offered up during his 2nd month in Office will have dire effects on many perfectly good programs.
A bunch of Senators, some of them Republicans, some of them democrats, have called Trump's 1st budget a disaster.
The Senators spoke up in distress because President Trump wants to slash Meals on Wheels.
Trump's budget would sharply reduce funding for Meals on Wheels.
(The M.O.W. outfit gets 1/3 of it's funds from the Federal government).
The thoughtful Senators want Trump to explain why he wants to deal such a crippling blow to Meals on Wheels?
The wise and careful Senators mention that Meals on Wheels delivers nearly a million meals a day.
The Senators have considerable power, and they have united to save Meals on Wheels,
a program that has for 43 years, served meals to the sick and elderly.
The Senators feel Trump's destabilizing and smashing wrecking ball should not hit on a safety net program
like Meals on Wheels because their constituents get a lot of good out of the Meals on Wheels lunches and dinners.
Date: Mid-March 2o17
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